Guggenheim Funds (8) 366 Familes, 991 Interview Based Profiles

Guggenheim Risk Managed Real Estate Fund

Real Estate Investment Trusts, or REITs, may offer potential benefits to a broader portfolio including stock-like gains, bond-like yields, diversification and inflation protection. However, they may at times trade with elevated volatility. Thomas Youn, portfolio manager of the Guggenheim Risk Managed Real Estate Fund, explains how the fund takes a differentiated approach to investing in REITs that is designed to provide the many benefits of REIT exposure while seeking to mitigate volatility.

$111 million

Guggenheim Fixed Income Funds

Traditionally, fixed-income investment organizations have relied on a single manager overseeing the whole decision-making cycle with the support of a research team. Guggenheim Investments has deconstructed this common execution model. Instead of using a centralized structure, Guggenheim’s fixed-income group has four individual teams working together at macro research, sector, portfolio construction, and portfolio management levels.

Buy to Own

January 29, 2016

Guggenheim Total Return Bond Fund

Resourceful and organized investors can take advantage of the inefficient fixed-income market of $37 trillion. Anne Walsh explains how the portfolio team at Guggenheim Total Return Bond Fund looks for non-index securities that offer superior-return opportunity profiles, with one overriding theme of avoiding losses.

Corporate Bond ETFs

December 24, 2012

Guggenheim ETFs

Investors are increasingly looking for diversified access to bonds in a flexible and risk-adjusted way. Anthony Davidow, managing director and portfolio strategist, explains how Guggenheim Investments provides a set of ETF strategies with the precision of individual bonds, and the diversification benefits of bond funds.

Sector by Sector

January 12, 2007

Rydex Sector Rotation Fund

Rydex Sector Rotation Fund is built on the premise that industries that have performed well in the past will continue to perform well in the future. The management uses two measures of momentum - a 3-month and a 12-month look back on the industry performance. The fund ranks all of the 62 industries in its universe and is buying the top 10% in either measure of momentum.

Only the Best Ideas

September 22, 2006

Security Select 25 A Fund

Security Select 25 is a concentrated growth fund, but it isn’t interested in just any type of growth. Valuation is a crucial part of its philosophy as well as the competitive advantage of the underlying companies and their ability to improve pre-tax returns on invested capital. With a longer time horizon, the fund invests only in its best ideas and gives them enough time to produce results.

Security Large Cap Value A Fund

The Security Large Cap Value Fund aims at long-term growth of capital, investing the majority of its assets in large-cap companies with total market value of $10 billion and above. The management thinks about investment opportunities over a three- to five-year time horizon. They try to make fewer but better decisions based on the concept of owning businesses rather than stocks.

Don't Box Me In

January 1, 2003

Security Mid Cap Value Fund

Sticking with themes and identifying trends early, based on a combination of fundamental and quantitative research has guided the Security Mid Cap Value Fund, managed by Jim Shier, to the top percent among funds in its category. It has also topped the S&P 500 for the past five years.