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Manage Risk. Fight Volatility. Market Neutral Value is a portfolio diversifier seeking long-term capital appreciation with low volatility and no correlation to the stock market. Market Neutral Value has no correlation to stocks and low correlation to bonds

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Uncommon Performance Profile

Market Neutral Value seeks to limit broad stock market risk while delivering consistent performance characteristics regardless of market conditions:

  • No correlation to stocks*
  • Low correlation to bonds*
  • Low relative volatility*

*Market Neutral Value has no correlation to stocks and low correlation to bonds

Time-Tested Value Orientation

The fund is managed by the veteran team that executes American Century Investments® time-tested value approach for the Equity Income, Value and Mid Cap Value funds. The fund’s key attributes include:

  • Long positions in under-valued high-quality stocks
  • Short positions in over-valued high-quality stocks

A Portfolio Complement

With its uncommon performance characteristics, Market Neutral Value may complement an investor’s traditional stock and bond investments and help manage overall portfolio threats such as:

  • Stock market downside risk and volatility
  • Declining bond prices in a rising-rate environment
  • Low yields on short-term investments

Risk

There are risks associated with selling short, including the risk that the fund may have to cover its short positions at a higher price than the short price, resulting in a loss. The fund's loss on a short sale is potentially unlimited, as a loss occurs when the value of a security sold short increases. The fund may invest in medium-sized and smaller companies, which may be more volatile and subject to greater short-term risk than larger companies.

Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

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Data reflects past performance for Investor Class shares, assumes reinvestment of dividends and capital gains and is no guarantee of future results. Current performance may be higher or lower than data shown. Investment return and principal value fluctuates. Redemption value may be more or less than original cost. Obtain performance data current to the most recent month end. For additional share class information, consult the prospectus.

There are risks associated with selling short, including the risk that the fund may have to cover its short positions at a higher price than the short price, resulting in a loss. The fund's loss on a short sale is potentially unlimited, as a loss occurs when the value of a security sold short increases. Historically, small- and/or mid-cap stocks have been more volatile than the stock of larger, more-established companies. Smaller companies may have limited resources, product lines and markets, and their securities may trade less frequently and in more limited volumes than the securities of larger companies.

W2 If your account falls below the minimum balance, you will be notified and given 90 days to meet the minimum. If the deadline is not met, American Century Investments may redeem the shares in the account and send the proceeds to the address of record.

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