CUCATX US Capital Strength Portfolio
The US Capital Strength Trust seeks to provide total return through capital appreciation. No assurance can be given that the trust’s investment objective will be achieved.
Under normal circumstances, the trust will invest at least 80% of the value of its assets in common stocks of U.S. companies. The trust invests in a portfolio of U.S. companies that the sponsor believes have had strong valuations, returns on capital and balance sheets. To determine whether a company has an attractive valuation, the sponsor compares valuation metrics against the selected company’s peer group. Strong returns on capital are evidenced by the company’s return on capital compared to the selected company's peer group. Companies with strong balance sheets are typically those entities that are less levered than their peers.
|Sponsor||Guggenheim Funds Distributors|
|Asset Class||Domestic Equity|
|Investment Strategy/Goal||Capital Appreciation|
|Investment Type/Style||Large Cap Growth|
Cumulative returns of each unit investment trust series are based on distributions received in cash and recognized on the ex-dividend date and paid out on the payable date during the life of the unit investment trust. Returns are calculated excluding the Transactional Sales Charge for each unit investment trust series but does reflect the Creation & Development Fee and trust operating expenses as incurred for each unit investment trust series. The returns do not adjust for taxes. If adjusted or taxes, the effects of taxation would reduce the performance depicted.
Past performance is no indicator of future results. Investment return and principal value will fluctuate with changes in market conditions. An investment in units of a unit investment trust when redeemed may be worth more or less than the original investment.
Unit Investment Trust ("UIT") Investment Risks
There is no assurance that a unit investment trust will achieve its investment objective.
Unit investment trusts are unmanaged. You can lose money investing in unit investment trusts. When sold, units may be worth more or less than the original amount invested. Depending upon the specific product offering, investment risks include, but are not limited to, interest rate risk, credit risk, call risk and liquidity risk.
Product(s) discussed herein are not FDIC insured, may lose value, and are not bank guaranteed. You should not purchase an investment product or make an investment recommendation until you have read the specific offering documentation and understand the specific investment terms, features, risks, fees, charges and expenses of such investment.