*As of 06/30/2020. Opportunistic Credit ranking based on gross returns for Guggenheim’s Opportunistic Credit Composite versus 16 competitors in the eVestment Alliance Credit–Corporate Universe. For the last 1-, 3-, 5- and 7-year periods, Opportunistic Credit ranked in the top 77%, 22%, 19% and 3%, respectively, versus 71, 63, 55 and 49 competitors, respectively. Data taken from eVestment Alliance on 08/05/2020.
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