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By using a diversified investment approach across bond sectors you could reduce the amount of risk in your portfolio, and possibly add more stable returns in changing markets. Diversification does not assure a profit, protect against a loss, or eliminate market risk.


Annual Returns of Fixed-Income Asset Classes Represented by Indices (as of 12/31/21)

Past performance does not guarantee future results. Indices are unmanaged and not available for direct investment, and do not represent the performance of any Hartford Fund. See below for representative index definitions. Data Sources: Morningstar and FactSet, 1/22.

Fixed-Income Strategies


Taxable Fixed Income Funds A F I R6/SDR Y ETF
Hartford Core Bond           HCRB
Hartford Emerging Markets Local Debt HLDAX HLDFX HLDIX   HLDYX  
Hartford Schroders Emerging Markets Multi-Sector Bond SMSVX HFZFX SMSNX SMSRX HFZYX  
Hartford Floating Rate HFLAX HFLFX HFLIX   HFLYX  
Hartford Floating Rate High Income HFHAX HFHFX HFHIX   HFHYX  
Hartford High Yield HAHAX HAHFX HAHIX   HAHYX  
Hartford Inflation Plus HIPAX HIPFX HIPIX   HIPYX  
Hartford Schroders Securitized Income
Hartford Strategic Income HSNAX HSNFX HSNIX HSNVX HSNYX  
Hartford Schroders Sustainable Core Bond   HSSFX HSAEX SCBRX SCBIX  
Hartford Sustainable Income           HSUN
Tax-Advantaged Fixed Income Funds
Hartford Municipal Opportunities
Hartford Municipal Short Duration
Hartford Sustainable Municipal Bond* HMKAX HMKFX HMKIX      
Hartford Schroders Tax-Aware Bond STWVX HFKFX STWTX HFKVX HFKYX HTAB

* Within approximately the last year, the Fund has undergone changes which may have included the fund name, objective, principal investment strategy and/or benchmark. For more details, see the applicable Fund’s prospectus.

Talk to your financial professional today about managing risk in your fixed-income portfolio.


Investing involves risk, including the possible loss of principal. • Fixed income security risks include credit, liquidity, call, duration, event and interest-rate risk. As interest rates rise, bond prices generally fall. • Foreign investments may be more volatile and less liquid than US investments and are subject to the risk of currency fl uctuations and adverse political, economic, and regulatory developments. These risks may be greater, and include additional risks, for investments in emerging markets or if a fund focuses in a particular geographic region or country.

Hartford Floating Rate Fund and Hartford Floating Rate High Income Fund should not be considered as alternatives to CDs or money market funds. These Funds are for investors who are looking to complement their traditional fixed-income investments. 

ETFs are not mutual funds. Unlike traditional open-ended mutual funds, ETF shares are bought and sold in the secondary market through a stockbroker. ETFs trade on major stock exchanges and their prices will fluctuate throughout the day. Both ETFs and mutual funds are subject to risk and volatility.

High Yield Bonds are represented by the Bloomberg Corporate High Yield Index, which covers the USD-denominated, non-investment grade, fixed-rate, taxable corporate bond market. Short-Duration Bonds are represented by the Bloomberg 1-3 Year Gov’t/Credit Index, which is comprised of the US Gov’t/Credit component of the US Aggregate Bond Index. Municipal Bonds are represented by the Bloomberg Municipal Index, which is considered representative of the broad market for investment grade, tax-exempt bonds with a maturity of at least one year. Long-Duration Bonds are represented by the Bloomberg US Long Gov’t/Credit Bond Index, which measures the non-securitized component of the US Aggregate Bond Index with 10 or more years to maturity. The index includes investment grade, US dollar-denominated, fixed-rate treasuries, government-related, and corporate securities. Investment Grade Corporate Bonds are represented by the Bloomberg US Corporate Bond Index, which measures the investment-grade, fixed-rate, taxable corporate bond market. The index includes US dollar-denominated securities that are publicly issued by industrial, utility, and financial issuers. US Government Bonds are represented by the Bloomberg US Government Bond Index, which is comprised of the US Treasury and US Agency Indices. The Index includes US dollar-denominated, fixed-rate, nominal US Treasuries, and US agency debentures. TIPS (Treasury Inflation Protected Securities) are represented by the Bloomberg US TIPS Index, which consists of Treasury inflation-protected securities issued by the US Treasury with a remaining maturity of one year or more. Global Government Bonds are represented by the FTSE World Government Bond Index, a market-capitalization-weighted index consisting of government bond markets that have a remaining maturity of at least one year. Country eligibility is determined based on market capitalization and investability criteria. Bank Loans are represented the Credit Suisse Leveraged Loan Index, which is designed to mirror the investible universe of the US dollar-denominated leveraged loan market. Cash Investments are represented by the Bloomberg 1-3 Month US Treasury Bill Index tracks the market for treasury bills with 1 to 2.9999 months to maturity issued by the US government. EM Debt is represented by the JP Morgan GBI Emerging Markets Global Diversifi ed Index, which is a comprehensive global, local emerging-markets index, and consists of liquid, fixed-rate, domestic-currency government bonds. Diversified Portfolio is represented by an equal portion (11.1% each for 1997, 10% each from 1998-2001, 9.1% each from 2002-2021) of the previously listed indices. Index provider notices may be found at hartfordfunds.com/index-notices.


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