Invesco provides mutual funds that offer actively managed, fixed-income investments customized to each investor’s portfolio, the company’s website explains. Some of the mutual funds the company offers include the Invesco All Cap Market Neutral Fund, the Invesco Equity and Income Fund, and the Invesco Alternative Strategies Fund.Continue Reading
The Invesco Equity and Income Fund works to withstand any type of market swings, reports U.S. News & World Report Money. The fund allocates its assets in both stocks and bonds, and fund managers seek to maintain an investment balance between them. For example, if bonds are out of favor, the fund’s stocks may perform well and help the fund withstand swings in the bond market.
Another Invesco mutual fund is the Invesco Charter Fund Class A, as stated by Fidelity. Most of the mutual fund’s assets are in equitable securities, and the principal type of security is common stock. Most of the fund’s assets contain large-capitalization issuers of common stock, as of 2015. The fund also invests in foreign debt and foreign-equity securities, and at times the portfolio holds up to 25 percent of its assets in foreign securities. The overall objective of the fund is the long-term growth of capital through a combination of value and growth stocks.Learn more about Investing