Fund Overview

Since 2008, the Managed Income Strategy has delivered compelling risk-adjusted returns throughout various market cycles. During this period, the Strategy has been consistently ranked near the top of its Morningstar® peer group. The Managed Income Fund offers the same philosophy, approach, and process as the Managed Income Strategy within a Mutual Fund.


Investment Objective

The Managed Income Fund seeks income. The Portfolio Manager uses a quantitative model, designed to recognize and measure consistent and repeating behavioral patterns in the financial markets to determine overall buy / sell decisions for the Fund. This Investment process seeks to recognize and select opportunities to allocate into potentially higher yielding securities when the signal is Risk-On and allocate to treasuries and government securities and cash equivalents when the signal is Risk-Off. 

The Fund strives to provide investors the potential to participate in rising markets, while avoiding times of market decline and / or volatility.

  • The quantitative model seeks to determine overall buy / sell decisions by analyzing a variety of bond and equity data inputs on a daily basis
  • Established process seeks to select the best opportunities to allocate into higher yielding securities
  • The efficiency and effectiveness of the model is constantly monitored in response to changing economic and market environments

Risk-On-Off_MIFThere is no guarantee any investment strategy will generate a profit or prevent losses and there is no guarantee the Fund will achieve its investment objective. Please refer to the Fund's Risk Definitions for more information.

Managed Income Fund Materials


Quarterly Fact Sheet

Most recent returns, key statistics, exposures and holdings related data


Managed Income Strategy

Overview and track record of the Managed Income Strategy since 1992 that has been implemented into KAMIX


Morningstar Page

View the Managed Income Fund on public Morningstar web site