U.S. Inflation-Adjusted Bond

Summary

TARGET

Tracking Error 0.5% - 1.5% over a standard market cycle
Excess Return 0.25% - 0.75% over a standard market cycle

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The U.S. Inflation-Adjusted Bond strategy implements an actively managed, multiple sector approach to inflation-linked portfolio management as a hedge against U.S. inflation.

The U.S. Inflation-Adjusted Bond strategy's philosophy focuses on identifying and exploiting inefficiencies in the inflation-linked markets through multiple sources, including sector allocation, security selection, duration management and yield curve management.

Key tenets:

  • Exploit market inefficiencies through fundamental research, which provides the basis for relative value assessments between sectors and securities
  • Seek diversified sources of return
  • Employ a defined risk management process

Availability

Investment capabilities are available to institutional clients through separate accounts, sub-advised portfolios and commingled vehicles. Please contact us for availability in your region.

Performance

*Annualized

Sources: Bloomberg Index Services Ltd, FactSet

Portfolio managers are not licensed by the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission to perform any regulated function in or from Hong Kong. Furthermore, none of the portfolio managers are located in or operate in or from Hong Kong.

Data reflects past performance. Past performance does not guarantee future results. The value of investments may fluctuate. Data assumes reinvestment of dividends and capital gains.

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For purposes of compliance with the Global Investment Performance Standards ("GIPS®"), the Firm is defined as American Century Investment Management, Inc. ("ACIM"). ACIM claims compliance with GIPS®. The U.S. Inflation-Adjusted Bond composite includes portfolios that invest in inflation-indexed U.S. Treasury and Agency securities, as well as high-quality, inflation-indexed securities of corporations. Index futures (and currency forwards and futures, where applicable or appropriate) are occasionally used to equitize cash and manage portfolio risk. Other derivative instruments may be used, as allowed, as part of the investment strategy. Returns are calculated and stated in U.S. dollars and may increase or decrease as a result of currency fluctuation.

Source: Bloomberg Index Services Ltd