Investments: Equities Capabilities

Our offering spans asset classes and investing styles and is delivered through a variety of packaging options. Each team relies on its own unique philosophy and fundamental process, but all of our teams share a common aim: generating alpha within a systematic, risk-managed investment process. Our equities capability is based on strengths that include:

Market Insight

Each of our teams brings unique insight into the behavior of the equity markets, the factors that drive their portfolio construction and the consequential application of the related investment process.

Innovative Thinking

Many of our innovative equity strategies such as Transparent Value, ETFs and closed end funds break new ground in the industry. These strategies potentially offer investors a way to gain beta exposure over conventional benchmark-based strategies or source alpha using lower than market risk, through the use of an enhanced risk-reward profile.

Risk Management

Each of our equity teams brings a thoughtful and comprehensive approach to risk management. Whether fundamental or quantitative, risk-adjusted performance is the ultimate objective and rigorous risk management is considered when building our strategy from the ground up.


We maintain continuous and systematic portfolio management oversight to ensure the highest quality of execution and results.

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Equity Offerings

As a result of our unique market views, innovative thinking and differentiated processes, Guggenheim’s equities teams offer investors a wide range of approaches that can complement the offerings of more traditional managers. Our range of equities offerings include:

Enhanced Equity


Index Replication


U.S. Value

Our offerings are accessible through separately managed accounts, mutual funds, exchange traded funds, closed end funds, unit investment trusts and annuity products.

Market Perspective

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Market Perspective

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News Coverage

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