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Fundamentally driven stock fund that seeks to outperform its benchmark through investments in accelerating, sustainable growth companies in the world's developing markets.
A large-cap value fund that seeks to deliver higher returns with lower volatility while helping investors balance their needs for income and reducing the risk their savings will run out.
A high-conviction, large-cap growth fund that seeks to deliver strong results over time through investments in companies with opportunities to sustain their above-average growth.
A mid-cap portfolio that seeks to deliver higher returns with lower volatility over time through investments in high-quality companies temporarily selling at a discount.
A small-cap portfolio that seeks to deliver higher returns with lower volatility over time through investments in high-quality companies temporarily selling at a discount.
A large-cap portfolio that seeks to deliver competitive risk-adjusted performance alongside positive social impacts.
A risk-aware large growth fund that seeks to deliver consistent results over time through investments in high-quality companies with long-term growth potential.
An actively managed portfolio of yield-oriented corporate bonds that pursue attractive income and capital appreciation over time.
A portfolio designed to combat the effects of inflation through investments in TIPS and inflation-linked corporate and securitized sector bonds.
A short duration portfolio designed to both limit exposure to rising interest rates and combat the effects of inflation through investments in TIPS and inflation-linked corporate and securitized sector bonds.
An income portfolio that seeks to complement an investor's core bond holdings with high current income, broad diversification and the potential to mitigate the impact of rising rates.
An alternative portfolio designed to address a client's desire to generate income while mitigating the risks of rising interest rates and heightened volatility through broad diversification, adept manager selection and dynamic portfolio construction.
A multi-asset portfolio designed to deliver sustainable monthly income through actively managed positions in a wide array of income-producing assets.
A series of target-date funds that provide a single investment in a broadly diversified portfolio designed to help investors build toward the retirement they envision, while reducing the chances their money will run short.
A One Choice Target Date Portfolio's target date is the approximate year when investors plan to retire or start withdrawing their money. The principal value of the investment is not guaranteed at any time, including at the target date.
Each target-date One Choice Target Date Portfolio seeks the highest total return consistent with American Century Investments' proprietary asset mix. Over time, the asset mix and weightings are adjusted to be more conservative. In general, as the target year approaches, the portfolio's allocation becomes more conservative by decreasing the allocation to stocks and increasing the allocation to bonds and money market instruments.
By the time each fund reaches its target year, its target asset mix will become fixed and will match that of One Choice In Retirement Portfolio.
Diversification does not assure a profit nor does it protect against loss of principal.
Alternative mutual funds generally hold a variety of non-traditional investments, and generally employ more complex trading strategies than traditional mutual funds. Specifically, the fund may invest in, among other securities, lower-rated debt securities; securities backed by other assets (like mortgages or auto loans); companies engaged in the real estate industry; and entities that must invest in energy infrastructure, financial services or real estate to obtain special tax status. The fund may invest in these strategies directly, through short positions (effectively borrowing and then selling a security with a future delivery date in hopes that it will decline in price in the interim), or through other derivatives, such as futures or options.
Each of these alternative asset classes and investment strategies has unique risks typically making them more suitable for investors with an above average tolerance for risk or longer investment horizon. Specifically, among other risks, lower-rated debt securities may be subject to greater default and liquidity risk; asset-backed securities may be subject to prepayment, credit and default risk; real estate securities may be subject to changes in economic conditions and interest rates; and special tax entities may be subject to a change in tax status and the risks of concentrating in a particular region or industry.
In addition, these investments may be executed through investment strategies with unique risks. One of the risks of investing through short positions includes that the stock price will go up, exposing the short seller to potentially unlimited price risk. One of the risks of investing in derivatives is volatility. Specifically, derivatives investing can be typically executed for less than investing directly in the underlying asset. Small movements in the underlying asset's price, however, can result in significant volatility in the related derivative investment. In addition, most derivative investments involve a counterparty, which subjects the investment to the credit risk of each counterparty to a derivatives transaction.
The information is not intended as a personalized recommendation or fiduciary advice and should not be relied upon for, investment, accounting, legal or tax advice.