Traditionally, investors have relied on investments like CDs and bonds to generate income. However, in a low interest rate environment, these conventional sources may not yield enough to meet income needs. They also typically provide less opportunity for portfolio growth than stocks.
Investors seeking income may therefore be searching for other types of investments to supplement these traditional assets. CLS’s Income portfolios combine a variety of traditional and non-traditional income-generating assets from around the globe that offer the best income and risk/return opportunities.
How Have Yields from Safe Sources of Income Changed over Time?
How can a broad variety of asset classes within a portfolio increase yield opportunities?
Since they were launched in 1993, ETFs have gained tremendous popularity. CLS began using ETFs in the late 1990s and is now one of the largest active money managers of this versatile investment vehicle.
Strategies intended to be used within a portfolio as satellite allocations for investors seeking to target specific assets and investment objectives, such as real assets, alternatives, inflation protection, and capital preservation.