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.AFTERSHOCK FUND HIGHLIGHTS

  • The primary objective is preservation of capital with a secondary objective of capital appreciation, each in the event of a long term decline in the equity and fixed income markets.
  • To accomplish this, the fund diversifies among asset classes as well as within classes. Rather than just having a diversified stock and bond portfolio, the fund also invests in gold, commodities and foreign currencies.
  • In addition to long positions, the fund takes short positions in these asset classes as needed to attempt to protect against declining markets.
  • The fund aims for a steady growth pattern even in a declining stock market.
  • With this approach, the fund also aims to limit volatility.

The Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses are 1.60%, and 1.85%, of the Fund’s average net assets, for Class I and Class N shares, respectively. However, pursuant to an operating expense limitation agreement between Absolute Investment Management LLC (the “Adviser”) and the Fund, the Adviser has agreed to waive its fees and/or absorb expenses of the Fund to ensure that Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses (excluding interest and tax expenses, dividends on short positions and Acquired Fund Fees and Expenses) for the Fund do not exceed 1.20%, and 1.45%, of the Fund’s average net assets, for Class I and Class N shares, respectively, through March 31, 2014.