If you still have a large cash position, it is likely for a reason. Whatever that reason is, if you have been thinking about diversifying that cash position, it might be a good time to put that plan in motion. The question is: Can you increase your total return potential without completely letting go of the safety net of cash? Well, with the income generated from allocating a portion of your cash into short-term and limited-term municipal bonds, you can.

Short-term and limited-term municipal bonds do not necessarily demonstrate the characteristics, including risk profiles, of cash and cash alternatives. However neither short- and limited-term municipal bonds nor cash and cash alternatives typically exhibit the price volatility and duration risk of longer-term bonds. The benefits of using one of the following strategies are diversification of your cash position, and the potential for greater returns (net of taxes) – without having to invest all of your cash.

At Oppenheimer Rochester, we don’t just know the high yield muni market – we know the entire muni market. Our suite of maturity managed funds may offer you

  • A compelling tax-free income stream
  • Diversification benefits
  • Historically higher yield than individual municipal bonds
  • In some cases, historically comparable yields with longer maturity portfolios
  • Experienced, professional managers performing active risk management
  • A range of shorter maturity, higher grade options along the municipal bond curve

Talk to your financial advisor today or call 1.800.CALL.OPP (225.5677) to learn more about the Oppenheimer Rochester suite of Maturity Managed Funds.

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