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Algonquin Fixed Income 2.0

The Evolution of Bond Funds

Fixed Income.

In a world of near-zero interest rates, traditional fixed income offers:

  • Very little income
  • Limited upside/hedging
  • Potential for significant losses when rates rise

In the past, advisors compensated for low yields by going down the credit spectrum and into more illiquid and opaque investments.

Fixed Income 2.0.

We offer another option: add more of the good stuff.

We build a core corporate bond portfolio and enhance yield through investment grade-credit, manage duration, and seek excess return through trading strategies.

A Core Corporate Bond Fund Plus:

    • Enhanced Yield
      Through exposure to investment-grade credit spreads.
    • Duration Management.
      The expertise and tools to manage interest rate exposures.
    • Trading Strategies
      Leverage our expertise and flexibility to capitalize on inefficiencies within bond markets.

The Sum of The Parts:
Enhance yield and return potential through high-quality, transparent, and understandable exposures.

  • Target yields 3.5-4.5%
  • Investment-grade rated portfolio
  • Weekly liquidity & quarterly distributions

Fund Performance.



F Class as of April 30, 2022

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