Hedged Income Sleeve

The LoCorr Hedged Income sleeve is equally weighted between LoCorr Macro Strategies Fund (LFMIX), LoCorr Long/Short Commodities Strategy Fund (LCSIX) and LoCorr Spectrum Income Fund (LSPIX), rebalanced monthly.


This sleeve is designed to offer Diversification and Income to client portfolios.


We believe this blend of funds, which have historically complemented each other, may be well-positioned to deliver meaningful diversification, income, and a buffer against inflation. The sleeve can take long and short positions in commodities, real assets, and commodity-linked securities which have the ability to benefit from higher prices while striving to maintain the strategy’s distribution rate and help manage downside risk during risk-off periods. Further, the Macro Strategies Fund specifically, can short fixed income and trade currency markets which can be affected by inflation and interest rate changes.


Low-Correlating Sleeve Allocation

    The addition of a low-correlating sleeve provides the potential for a return stream independent of equities and fixed income and a more balanced portfolio. The Hedged Income Sleeve has performed well YTD and has a long-term track record of delivering positive returns.

The pie chart above represents a hypothetical allocation of 10-30% away from stocks and bonds to low-correlating assets.

Performance Summary

Period ending 09/30/2022
            Since Common Inception*    
  YTD 1-Year 3-Year 5-Year 10-Year Since
to S&P 500
Hedged Income (LFMIX 33 / LCSIX 33 / LSPIX 33) 3.20% 4.98% 7.40% 6.62% 6.31% 0.61 0.28
Bloomberg US Aggregate Bond Index -14.61% -14.60% -3.26% -0.27% 0.89% 1.23% 0.27 0.07

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Performance since individual Fund inceptions through 9/30/22, LFMIX (3/24/11) 3.53%, LCSIX (12/30/11) 5.00%, LSPIX (12/31/13) 1.21%.
*Since common inception 1/1/14. Returns are annualized for periods greater than one year. Performance data quoted represents past performance; past performance does not guarantee future results. The investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate so that an investor’s shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost. Current performance of the fund may be lower or higher than the performance quoted. Performance data current to the most recent month end may be obtained by calling 952.513.8195. Investment performance reflects fee waivers in effect. In the absence of such waivers, total return would be reduced. Gross expense ratios; LFMIX 1.90%, LCSIX 2.22%, LSPIX 3.43%. Performance as of 9/30/22, S&P 500 Index: -15.47% 1-Year, 9.24% 5-Year, 10.15% since inception. Correlations to bonds (BBg Aggregate Bond Index) since Fund inceptions through 9/30/22 are; LFMIX (3/24/11) 0.15, LCSIX (12/30/11) 0.05, and LSPIX (12/31/13) 0.19. Correlation of Hedged Income Sleeve to bonds through 9/30/22 is 0.20. Past Performance is not a guarantee of future results. Source: Morningstar and LoCorr Funds

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Diversification does not assure a profit or protect against loss in a declining market. Correlation measures how much the returns of two investments move together over time.

Bloomberg Capital U.S. Aggregate Bond Index is the most common index used to track the performance of investment grade bonds in the United States. It is not possible to invest directly in an index.

Beta measures the sensitivity of a stock’s return relative to the return of a selected market index. When beta is greater than one, it means a stock will rise or fall more than the market.