Investment professionals, here are four questions for you as you consider your fixed income allocations:
How do you wrap assets that have a lower expected return than your wrap fee?
Today’s exceptionally low yields fundamentally change the risk vs. reward proposition of traditional fixed income—and they challenge the expectations of the role they can play in helping your clients achieve their investment objectives.
As an alternative, we invite you to consider Calamos Market Neutral Income Fund (CMNIX). One of the earliest liquid alts, CMNIX last month marked its 30th year as a bond portfolio diversifier with proven experience in capitalizing on equity volatility.
Join us as we celebrate CMNIX’s long record of performance results, including its:
In 1990, Calamos Founder, Chairman and Global Chief Investment Officer John P. Calamos, Sr. broke ground with the concept of offering a sophisticated alternative investment strategy in a mutual fund wrapper.
“The fundamental driver was that individual investors—like the institutional players that were beginning to diversify into hedge funds and other low beta strategies at the time—also deserved access to an investment product that would help them reduce risk while still participating in market upside,” John recalls.
Today, with historically low rates, continuously high equity volatility and investment professionals’ need to build ballast into client portfolios, 30-year-old CMNIX has never been more relevant. For more information, see the fund’s anniversary page or contact your Calamos Investment Consultant at 888-571-2567 or email@example.com.
Before investing carefully consider the fund’s investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. Please see the prospectus and summary prospectus containing this and other information which can be obtained by calling 1-800-582-6959. Read it carefully before investing.
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The principal risks of investing in Calamos Market Neutral Income Fund include: equity securities risk consisting of market prices declining in general, convertible securities risk consisting of the potential for a decline in value during periods of rising interest rates and the risk of the borrower to miss payments, synthetic convertible instruments risk, convertible hedging risk, covered call writing risk, options risk, short sale risk, interest rate risk, credit risk, high yield risk, liquidity risk, portfolio selection risk, and portfolio turnover risk.
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