Risk management is critical to achieving investor goals.
Source: Morningstar Direct. Price Return start as of January 1, 2007 and Total Return results to September 30, 2014.
The more you lose, the more you need to make up. Avoiding the worst down days is meaningfully more beneficial (in terms of returns) than the penalty that comes from missing the best up days.
Source: Morningstar Direct.
The illustration depicts the effect on performance of being out of the S&P 500 Index on the days of the Index’s worst performance. It is based on all of the trading days between October 1, 1994
to September 30, 2014. Past performance is no indication of future results and is not indicative of Fund results.
AGF U.S. Sector Class1 was designed to meet the real needs of investors by employing risk-control strategies in down markets while still participating in up markets. The Fund:
*For illustrative purposes only. Model response may vary.
For more on this Fund and other solutions that can help preserve on the downside please check out www.agf.com/rethinkrisk.
The Fund is designed to participate in rising markets while placing an emphasis on minimizing drawdown and preserving capital during market declines. It can revert to 100% cash when signals are 'fully' bearish.
FFCM's multi-factor model ranks sector attractiveness based on valuation, momentum and capitalization. Highstreet combines FFCM's sector signals and weights with a proprietary quantitative cash allocation framework to identify true underlying risks.
|DATE||$ CLOSE||PREV. $ CLOSE||$ CHANGE||YTD % CHANGE|
|AS OF OCT 05, 2015||12.98||13.07||-0.09||-1.0|
|FUND||1 MO.||3 MO.||6 MO.||YTD||1 YR.||2 YR.||3 YR.||5 YR.||10 YR.||PSD^|
|SPDR Barclays 1-3 Month T-Bill ETF||50.4%|
|Technology Select Sector SPDR ETF||12.5%|
|Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF||6.6%|
|Industrial Select Sector SPDR ETF||6.3%|
|Health Care Select Sector SPDR ETF||6.0%|
|Materials Select Sector SPDR ETF||4.4%|
|Utilities Select Sector SPDR ETF||4.2%|
|Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund||3.5%|
|Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR ETF||3.4%|
|Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR ETF||1.8%|
|INVESTED AUGUST 31, 2013|
|Cash & Cash Equivalents||0.8%|
|Fund type:||U.S. equity|
|Fund start date:||August 8, 2013|
|Performance start date:||August 19, 2013|
|Total net assets:||$670.8 million|
The Fund was renamed from AGF U.S. AlphaSector Class, effective August 31, 2015. Highstreet Asset Management and FFCM, LLC added as portfolio advisors to AGF U.S. Sector Class, effective August 31, 2015. The Fund's MER shall not exceed 2.65% on an after-tax basis, effective August 19, 2013.
¿NOTE: For investment purposes, the Fund combines Telecommunication Services and Information Technology into one holding: Technology Select Sector SPDR. This holding is listed as Information Technology in the Sector Allocation table.
Please refer to AGF.com for distribution information. ˜MER as of March 31, 2015. ¹ The distribution is not guaranteed, may be adjusted from time to time at the discretion of the fund manager and may vary from payment to payment. Amount shown, if any, is the most recent distribution amount. ¤ Cash is not included. Note: numbers may not add up to 100% because of rounding.
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