Guggenheim Investments

Investments

Guggenheim Investments is the investment management business of Guggenheim Partners. We invest across a diverse set of asset classes with a singular mission: to serve as superior stewards of capital and trusted advisors to our partners and our clients. We offer clients a wide range of differentiated capabilities built on a proven commitment to investment excellence.

Core beliefs:

  • Rigorous research and a deep understanding of risk are the cornerstones of our capabilities
  • Investing alongside our clients aligns our interests with their success
  • Delivering a superior client experience requires sophistication in all aspects of client interaction
  • Our people are our advantage and we must continuously attract and retain talent

 

 
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INSTITUTIONAL OFFERINGS

Fixed Income
Our goal is superior risk-adjusted returns to protect and grow our clients’ capital.


Equities
Guggenheim’s equities offerings span asset classes and investing styles.


Alternatives
Guggenheim’s alternative strategies can help clients diversify sources of return.


Hedge Fund Managed Account Solutions
Guggenheim’s independent managed account platform is intended for institutional investors looking for customized hedge fund managed account solutions.


Intermediary Web Site


Macro View

A Bend in the Road is Not the End of the Road

Turmoil in Ukraine, growth concerns in Japan, and weakness in U.S. equity markets are giving U.S. investors a short-term case of heartburn but none of this should undermine the overall case for optimism.
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Sector Report

High Yield and Bank Loan Outlook - April 2014

High-yield bonds are entering a realm of relative overvaluation but spread compression can nevertheless continue. Low high-yield default rates and continued demand from both individual and institutional investors should drive spreads tighter until default rates rise – something we do not expect will happen until 2016 or beyond.
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News Coverage

Financial Times: Fed History is Key to Bernanke Legacy

In an Op-Ed published in the Financial Times, Scott Minerd writes that Ben Bernanke restored the Federal Reserve to its original mandate – avoiding banking crises – but that he has left his legacy firmly in the hands of his successor Janet Yellen.
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