Pioneer Funds(7)

American in the Pacific

Pioneer Papp America-Pacific Rim Fund

US> Mid-Cap > Value

May 13, 2004

Over the last 30 years, investors have seen one Asian economy after another take off. First Japan, then South Korea and most recently, China. American and European companies are increasingly finding growth opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region of the world—and are opening a whole new way for investors to gain exposure to these economies through investment in multi-national companies.

After the Yield Mania

AmSouth Funds

US> Large-Cap > Value

Sep 24, 2003

The bear market is over for Joseph Keating, the Chief Investment Officer of AmSouth Funds. Telling what comes next, however, might be trickier than it seems. For AmSouth’s fund family, forecasting is fine, but the real name of the game is diversity and lasting relationships.

Two Rights Make It for Mr. Wright

Pioneer Value Fund

US> Small-Cap > Growth

Jul 01, 2003

Since assuming the lead manager's role for Pioneer's Value Fund in November 2001, Rod Wright has restructured the $3.3 billion product from multi-cap value to large-cap value at a time when the U.S. economy is showing subtle signs of recovery. Timing to this veteran means first spending it searching for the right fundamental characteristics and patiently waiting for the right price.

Value and Global Reach Make Sense for Fixed Income

Pioneer Strategic Income Fund

US> Small-Cap > Growth

Jul 01, 2003

We are a value shop. We do a lot of bottom up credit work and even most of our portfolio structuring is very strategic in nature. We don't change our portfolio thinking every month. We think economic cycles are fairly long lived.

Don't Overlook Those Dividends

SAFECO Dividend Income Fund

US> Small-Cap > Growth

Apr 01, 2003

According to Darcy MacLaren, dividend is a word that should resonate well with conservative investors. Using a team approach, the SAFECO Dividend Income Fund yields an average 3% a year.

The True Value of Resilience

Pioneer Equity Income Fund

US> Large-Cap > Growth

Oct 26, 2015

A company with a track record of allocating capital to grow its business and pay dividends is a typical example of an attractive investment. However, such stocks can be even more rewarding to investors if they are purchased at the right price. John Carey has a 25-year record of navigating the Pioneer Equity Income Fund across sectors in search of out-of-favor stocks with a history of increasing dividends over time.

Large Companies with Large Moats

Pioneer Fundamental Growth Fund

US> Large-Cap > Growth

Jun 05, 2015

Companies with stronger and defensible competitive positions not only are longer in duration and more predictable but they are also more likely to sustain earnings growth. Co-managers Paul Cloonan and Andrew Acheson along with a team of analysts at the Pioneer Fundamental Growth Fund screen the large-cap space for attractively valued companies that generate high returns on incremental capital deployed and growth of intrinsic value.