July 18 Webinar: Osterweis Strategic Income Fund Q2 Update

Join Carl Kaufman, Craig Manchuck, and Bradley Kane at 10 a.m. Pacific, when they will provide updates on the Osterweis Strategic Income Fund.

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Sector Rotation: The Cornerstone of Our Investment Grade Strategy

Volatility can be challenging but it also creates opportunities. In our view, rotating across sectors within the investment grade market is the most effective way to take advantage of price fluctuations and generate alpha.
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Mutual Fund Observer: Osterweis Strategic Income Fund Profile

Mutual Fund Observer (MFO) recently published a profile on the Osterweis Strategic Income Fund. The profile highlights why MFO believes the fund “is one of the two or three best strategic income funds available to investors.”

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Bloomberg: "A Top Bond Manager Says Fed Would Be Wrong to Boost Hike Pace"

In a recent interview with Bloomberg News, Eddy Vataru, lead portfolio manager for the Osterweis Total Return Fund, argues that the Fed should not accelerate the pace of its tightening program, as it would signal the central bank is losing control in its fight against inflation.
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Replay - Investment Grade Fixed Income Town Hall

If you were unable to join the Total Return team for their recent town hall webinar, you can watch a replay to hear the team answer questions about a range of fixed income topics, including the markets, Fed policy, and the economy.

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Second Quarter Equity Outlook

Despite recent market volatility, particularly in the banking sector, we believe the economy is currently experiencing several significant secular growth trends that will create strong tailwinds for companies that are well-positioned to capitalize.
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Second Quarter Strategic Income Outlook

2023 has already been an eventful year, featuring a banking crisis and more Fed rate hikes. In our view, this is not a “set it and forget it” type of market – investors need to stay vigilant.
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Osterweis Strategic Income Fund Named Best Multi-Sector Income Fund (3-year category) in the 2023 Refinitiv Lipper Fund Awards

Osterweis Capital Management's Strategic Income Fund (OSTIX) has been named a 2023 Refinitiv Lipper U.S. Fund Awards Winner as the Best Multi-Sector Income Fund Over Three Years.
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An Introduction to OCM

In 1983, John Osterweis founded Osterweis Capital Management to manage assets for individuals, families, endowments, and institutions. Now in our fourth decade, we are an integrated firm with over sixty employees, managing $6.6 billion in assets.

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