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Recent market events have caused investors to question where to place their cash.
Of the options available-including interest-paying bank accounts and bank certificates of deposit-one of the most reliable and liquid remains the 100% U.S. Treasury money market fund. Not all money market funds are Treasury-only; they can also invest in short-term corporate, government agency, and municipal securities. Treasury securities benefit from the full faith and credit backing of the U.S. government, the strongest credit guarantee in the world. Many investors move to U.S. Treasuries during market turmoil for capital preservation purposes. American Century Capital Preservation fund 's objective is to invest only in Treasury securities.
The American Century Capital Preservation Fund is one of the most senior and established Treasury-only money market funds in the investment industry. The American Century Capital Preservation Fund has been delivering safety and liquidity since the mid-1970s by investing exclusively in short-term, triple-A-rated U.S. Treasury securities, (mostly Treasury bills, but also some short-term Treasury bonds and Treasury notes) among the most widely traded and most liquid securities investors can buy. In fact, the American Century Capital Preservation Fund was the first Treasury-only money market fund designed to fit the needs of individual investors.
As the name implies, capital preservation is paramount to this fund. We will continue to carefully manage the American Century Capital Preservation Fund's portfolio of short-term Treasury securities to maintain a constant $1 share value, using our time-tested investment process backed by strict portfolio management guidelines. Since the mid-1970s, the money market portfolios managed by American Century Investments® have met their goals of capital preservation, liquidity, and current income under a wide variety of financial market conditions.
Carefully consider the tax consequences as well as any fees and charges that may be imposed upon liquidating a current investment.
Money Market Fund: An investment in the fund is neither insured nor guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or any other government agency. Although the fund seeks to preserve the value of your investment at $1 per share, it is possible to lose money by investing in the fund.