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PIMCO's short duration strategies seek to provide liquidity, principal preservation and consistent income by investing in money market and other short maturity fixed income securities. These strategies benefit from unique economic forecasting, close monitoring of the Federal Reserve and fixed income expertise.
Bonds offer investors the potential for regular income, preservation of capital, portfolio diversification and a hedge against an economic slowdown. The range of issuers in the world's largest securities markets offers opportunities for a broad spectrum of investors.
Equity strategies offer the potential for attractive long-term returns relative to other asset classes as well as a high level of liquidity. While historically more volatile than investments in fixed income, investments in stocks often serve as core holdings in balanced portfolios for many types of investors.
Strategies that employ real assets aim to have either an explicit or implicit return correlation to inflation. Real assets include inflation-linked bonds, commodities and real estate or some combination of those assets. This can potentially enhance portfolio diversification, mitigate inflation risk and provide more stable real (after-inflation) returns.
Currency strategies can provide efficient and risk-aware portfolio diversification while targeting opportunities to exploit structural inefficiencies and valuation misalignments in global currency markets. They can offer exposure to select developed and developing economies where favorable economic fundamentals indicate a potential for currency appreciation.
PIMCO’s alternative strategies offer investors the potential for attractive returns that may exhibit low correlation to traditional assets such as core equities and bonds. Alternative strategies may diversify a portfolio while reducing overall volatility. They employ a high degree of discretion to access a wide variety of investment opportunities.
PIMCO's asset allocation strategies employ our proven investment process to create portfolios positioned in key global risk factors within traditional and alternative asset classes. These strategies seek attractive risk adjusted returns and true portfolio diversification utilizing dynamic multi asset and risk factor solutions. These approaches may also employ a tail risk hedging program to help protect against systemic market shocks.
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