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Calamos Convertible Opportunities & Income Fund  as of 06/11/2021

NYSE / CHI Asset Class:  Convertible Sec Funds 1 YR Lipper Avg:  44.70%

Growth of $10K

Avg Annual Total Return %
  10 YR 5 YR 1 YR YTD
Market Return 11.57% 20.09% 59.08% 14.35%
Lipper Pct. Rank 55 47 36 36
NAV Return 11.58% 17.52% 45.42% 3.86%
Lipper Pct. Rank 28 24 54 58
Premium/Discount History

Premium/Discount
10 YR Avg 5 YR Avg YTD Avg
-2.359% -2.925% -7.260%

NAV $15.00 Market Price $14.99
Net Change -$0.04 Market Change $0.06
Premium/Discount -0.07%
1 YR NAV Return 45.423%
1 YR NAV Rank 54
12-Mo Yield as of 4/30/2021 Yield Def
Income Only Yield 4.36%
Distribution Yield (Market) 6.84%
Most Recent Income Dividend $0.015
Ex-Div Date 5/13/2021
Most Recent Cap Gain Dividend $0.080
Ex-Div Date 5/13/2021
Dividend Frequency Monthly
YTD Dividends $0.073
YTD Capital Gains $0.212
Inception Date 6/25/2002
Fund Advisor Calamos Advisors LLC
Manager & Tenure Team Managed
Phone 800-582-6959
Website www.calamos.com
Total Net Assets (mil) as of 5/31/2021 $1,061.2
% Leveraged Assets as of 10/31/2020 31.98%
Portfolio Turnover 76.00%
Mgmt Fees 1.176%
Expense Ratio 2.200%
Fund Objective
The Fund seeks to provide total return, through a combination of capital appreciation and current income. The Fund will invest at least 80% of its assets in a diversified portfolio of convertible securities and non-convertible income securities. The Fund will invest at least 50% in convertible securities.
Top Holdings (as of 3/31/2021)
Broadcom Inc 2.13%
Dominion Energy Inc 1.41%
Danaher Corp PFD 1.31%
Aptiv PLC 1.17%
Wells Fargo & Co PFD 1.08%
Avantor Inc 0.97%
Nextera Energy Inc 1 0.83%
2020 Cash Mandatory Exchangeable Trust 5.25% 01-JUN-2023 0.82%
Stanley Black & Decker Inc 0.82%
Nextera Energy Inc 2 0.75%
Top Sectors (as of 3/31/2021)
Financials 2.27%
Technology 2.13%
Health Care 1.69%
Industrials 1.32%
Non Classified Equity 1.21%
Consumer Goods 1.17%
Oil & Gas 0.65%
Consumer Services 0.11%

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