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Portfolio Strategy

Our award-winning fixed-income investment team reports on portfolio management and asset allocation strategies to navigate markets with the goal of maximizing risk-adjusted returns.


 

2022’s Upside: The Fed Has Put the Income Back in Fixed Income

Anne Walsh, Chief Investment Officer for Fixed Income at Guggenheim Investments, joined Asset TV to discuss macroeconomic conditions, risk, and relative value in the bond market.


December 07, 2022

The Risk Mitigation Advantage in Active Fixed-Income Management 

Why active has the potential to outperform passive in fixed income.


November 09, 2022

Solving the Core Fixed-Income Conundrum

An active, diversified, multi-sector approach to meeting the total return objectives of core fixed-income management without taking on undue risk.


September 29, 2022

The Transition Away from Libor

SOFR Is the ‘Chosen Rate’ But It Is Not Without Risk


September 22, 2022

Understanding Collateralized Loan Obligations (CLOs)

Explaining the structure and investor-friendly features of collateralized loan obligations, an often misunderstood sector of structured credit.


June 06, 2022

The Risk Mitigation Advantage in Active Fixed-Income Management 

Why active has the potential to outperform passive in fixed income.


April 25, 2022

Specialized Teams Evaluate War in Ukraine

Guggenheim’s Investment Process Case Study


March 11, 2022

The ABCs of Asset-Backed Securities (ABS)

Finding value in complexity: The structure, risks, and investor-friendly features of asset-backed securities.


February 22, 2022

The Life Insurance Industry's Investment Conundrums

Insurance company portfolio managers’ most pressing challenge in this era of low rates is how to generate sufficient yield to meet their return objectives.


May 26, 2021

The Transition Away from Libor

Preparing for the Deadline


May 12, 2021

Note to Insurance Clients on Potential Revisions to Risk-Based Capital Charges

We are concerned by the potential impact of the changes on life insurance companies and are closely monitoring these developments.

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