Stability Matters, Consistency Delivers
Our goal is to provide straightforward, easy-to-understand portfolios that perform according to expectations, with no unnecessary risks or unpleasant surprises.
Madison Investments offers a series of funds that emphasize quality and durability—all built with the long run in mind. While a risk management approach is not unique to us, the way in which we deploy our investment strategies is what sets us apart.
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Managing client assets is the sole focus of our firm. The Madison Funds are part of an organization that has been building risk-aware portfolios for nearly five decades.
In assets under management1
Years in business
If you value dedication, honesty, and hard work, you’ll appreciate our team’s Midwestern work ethic. Our people continue to apply their depth of industry experience and specialized knowledge to remain experts in their field.
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Madison Core Bond: Flexibility within a Risk Managed Framework
The fixed income landscape is vast and complex. To generate consistent…
Monthly Market Update – February 2024
Following extremely strong months for stock and bonds in late 2023,…
Keep up with important fund notices, declared portfolio distributions, and the latest developments in the industry.
The quarter opened with another dreary month of stock returns, making three straight months of market losses. But just as it seemed that the unexpected index gains of the previous months were in danger of erosion, November produced the best stock and bond returns of the year.
1Calculated as of 12/31/2023. The AUM includes all accounts to which Madison provides discretionary and non-discretionary advisory services, including accounts of a third party adviser where Madison provides non-discretionary model portfolio services.
2Madison Investments ranked 6th out of 49 fund families for the one-year period ended December 31, 2022, and ranked 43rd in the five-year period out of 49 fund families, and 45th out of 47 fund families for the ten-year period ended December 31, 2022. To see Barron’s methodology and learn more, click here.