Investment Team Voices

Calamos Investment Team Outlooks, October 2022

October 3, 2022

Despite market volatility and many macro-level uncertainties, our teams continue to identify opportunities across asset classes. With an introduction from Founder and Global Chief Investment Officer John P. Calamos, Sr.

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Disrupted and Disliked, but Indispensable for Our Future

Matt Freund, CFA, and Michael Grant, CFA
July 8, 2022

The pain at the gas pump has been rising steadily. If you listen to the media and politicians, one might infer that oil companies or the Ukraine War are responsible for the price hikes. But digging a little deeper reveals a more complex story. Matt Freund and Michael Grant share their perspective about what’s going on with energy markets, oil prices and demand trends—along with the implications for investors.

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Calamos Investment Team Outlooks, July 2022

July 7, 2022

At Calamos, we believe there is opportunity in every market—including the most volatile ones. Senior members of our investment organization discuss how they are managing risk and positioning the Calamos funds. With an introduction from Founder and Global Chief Investment Officer John P. Calamos, Sr.

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Calamos Investment Team Outlooks, January 2022

January 24, 2022

Stickier inflation, a new wave of Covid cases, and Fed tightening on the horizon give investors much to contemplate as 2022 begins. Senior members of our investment organization share their outlooks and discuss where they are finding opportunity. With an introduction from John P. Calamos, Sr., Founder, Chairman and Global Chief Investment Officer.

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Calamos Investment Team Outlooks, October 2021

John P. Calamos, Sr., Jon Vacko, Joe Wysocki, Brandon M. Nelson, Eli Pars, Jim Madden, Tony Tursich, Matt Freund, Christian Brobst, Charles E. Carmody, John Hillenbrand, Michael Grant, Nick Niziolek, Dennis Cogan, Paul Ryndak, Kyle Ruge, Brad Jackson, Michael Kassab, Bill Rubin
October 19, 2021

Inflation may be more persistent, and the pace of growth may be slowing, but our teams continue to identify many opportunities across asset classes. Senior members of our investment organization share their outlooks and discuss how they are positioning portfolios. With an introduction from John P. Calamos, Sr., Founder, Chairman and Global Chief Investment Officer.

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As Long-Term Interest Rates Rise, Here’s What Investors Should Be Thinking About

John P. Calamos, Sr., Founder, Chairman and Global Chief Investment Officer
March 19, 2021

After years of artificially low interest rates and inflation, it’s understandable that some investors are disoriented by the current headlines—and worried about what to do next. Drawing on more than 50 years of investment experience, John P. Calamos, Sr. shares his perspective on inflation, rising 10-year U.S. Treasury yields, market volatility and rotation—and the implications for asset allocation.

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2021 Outlooks from the Calamos Investment Team

John P. Calamos, Sr., Matt Freund, Brad Jackson, Michael Kassab, Bill Rubin, Michael Grant, Jon Vacko, Joe Wysocki, Eli Pars, Brandon M. Nelson, Charles E. Carmody, Christian Brobst, Nick Niziolek, Dennis Cogan, Paul Ryndak, Kyle Ruge
January 26, 2021

Senior members of our investment organization discuss their outlooks, the opportunities and risks they see, and how they are positioning the Calamos funds. With an introduction from John P. Calamos, Sr., Founder, Chairman and Global Chief Investment Officer.

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The CARES Act Should Limit Downside Risks and Set the Stage for a Faster Recovery

Equity Market Perspectives by John Hillenbrand
March 31, 2020

The CARES Act can reduce immediate downside risks as well as systematic shocks to the U.S. economy and financial system, says John Hillenbrand, Co-CIO and Senior Co-Portfolio Manager. He explains why he believes the Act will be successful in its overall goals, and some areas positioned to benefit from an investment standpoint.

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Why the Bull Market Can Continue

John P. Calamos, Sr.
February 14, 2018

As long as the upward corporate earnings trend remains intact due to ongoing global expansion, equities have more room to advance.

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