The flexibility to seek value broadly

Thornburg Value Fund is a focused portfolio of mostly U.S. companies, selected via a fundamentals-driven, valuation-sensitive process. The fund is centered on providing attractive risk-adjusted returns with mitigated volatility versus the benchmark S&P 500 Index.

Working Photo"Since 1995, this fund has successfully invested in promising companies selling at a discount to their intrinsic values. We believe this approach to be a durable and common-sense investment strategy. The fund has the flexibility to seek value broadly, employing our basket structure to ensure diversification. We want each holding to matter to fund performance. Importantly, this has worked over the long term for our investors."

— Connor Browne

A Flexible Approach

We have the ability to invest anywhere along the capitalization spectrum, within or outside the United States. Our flexibility allows us to go wherever we see value.

Seeking Promising Companies at a Discount

The fund has never been a deep-value portfolio seeking only beaten-up, tired businesses trading at low multiples. Rather, we believe that future price appreciation can belong to businesses with a bright future—businesses with promise.

We employ more flexibility than other value strategies in that the companies we consider tend to have attractive growth prospects. We don’t limit ourselves to a traditional, one-dimensional view of value.

Thornburg’s Three-Basket Construct

We focus on constructing a core portfolio with potential to outperform its benchmark over time. We diversify the portfolio via several means, one of which is Thornburg’s three-basket diversification construct:

Basic value companies are, in our opinion, financially sound, well-established businesses selling at low valuations relative to net assets or earnings power.

Consistent earners normally exhibit steady earnings growth, cash-flow characteristics, and/or dividend growth. These companies may have above-average profitability measures, and may sell at above-average valuations.

Emerging franchises are often in the process of establishing a leading position in a product, service, or market, or have the potential to grow at an above-average rate.

Important Information
Before investing, carefully consider the Fund’s investment goals, risks, charges, and expenses. For a prospectus or summary prospectus containing this and other information, contact your financial advisor or visit Read them carefully before investing.

Investments carry risks, including possible loss of principal. Additional risks may be associated with investments outside the United States, especially in emerging markets, including currency fluctuations, illiquidity, volatility, and political and economic risks. Investments in small- and mid-capitalization companies may increase the risk of greater price fluctuations. Investments in the Fund are not FDIC insured, nor are they bank deposits or guaranteed by a bank or any other entity.

The performance of any index is not indicative of the performance of any particular investment. Unless otherwise noted, index returns reflect the reinvestment of income dividends and capital gains, if any, but do not reflect fees, brokerage commissions or other expenses of investing. Investors may not make direct investments into any index.

Diversification does not assure or guarantee better performance and cannot eliminate the risk of investment losses.

Funds invested in a limited number of holdings may expose an investor to greater volatility.

Class R shares are limited to retirement platforms only.

Class I shares may not be available to all investors. Minimum investments for the I share class may be higher than those for other classes.

There is no guarantee that the Fund will meet its investment objectives.

Please see our glossary for a definition of terms.

Thornburg mutual funds are distributed by Thornburg Securities Corporation.

Thornburg Investment Management, Inc. mutual funds are sold through investment professionals including investment advisors, brokerage firms, bank trust departments, trust companies and certain other financial intermediaries. Thornburg Securities Corporation (TSC) does not act as broker of record for investors.