Mutual Funds are popular investment vehicles because they offer portfolio diversification, professional management, liquidity and convenience. Mutual Funds pool money from individual and institutional investors, and then use that money to invest in a selection of securities that are handpicked by the portfolio manager to suit the objectives of the fund. All shareholders of a fund share proportionately in the fund's gains or losses. Mutual funds are required by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to provide a prospectus, which discusses a fund's objective, fees, and services, as well as other detailed information.
At Calvert, we offer more than 40 equity, bond, cash, and asset allocation investment strategies, many of which feature integrated corporate sustainability and responsibility research. More information is available at www.Calvert.com or speak with your financial advisor.
For more information on any Calvert fund, please contact Calvert at 800.368.2748. Free summary prospectus and/or prospectus An investor should consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses of an investment carefully before investing. The summary prospectus and prospectus contain this and other information. Read them carefully before you invest or send money.