ASTOR ASSET MANAGEMENT
Astor Asset Management provides investment advisory services. Our proprietary macroeconomic model keeps our investment strategies
on the cutting edge of the industry. Astor Asset Management LLC, a subsidiary of Knight Capital Group, Inc., specializes in
constructing portfolios of exchange-traded funds, available to investors through both separate accounts and mutual funds.
Astor Asset Management provides proprietary separately managed account portfolios for individual clients. Our programs employ the use of
exchange-traded funds. Throughout all economic cycles the "Astor Model" is utilized to make investment decisions. Astor manages three
distinct portfolios with different risk levels and investment objectives.
Astor's mutual funds are based on Astor's hallmark macroeconomic investment philosophy. Astor's funds invest primarily in exchange-traded
funds and are managed by a team of portfolio managers who employ the "Astor Model" to make investment decisions. Astor manages
three distinct mutual funds with different risk levels and investment objectives.
Our investment philosophy revolves around identifying the current phase that an asset class or economy is experiencing of its cycle:
expansion (bull market), peak (top), contraction (bear market) and trough (bottom). The ability to identify the current phase of the
cycle across a broad range of non-correlating assets is the hallmark of Astor's approach. By adhering to a disciplined strategy of
identifying the current phase of the business cycle for each sector or asset class and continuously monitoring risk and the relationships
between those assets, we believe that the results over an entire economic cycle will outperform traditional equity benchmarks.
For more information on Astor Asset Management, visit our website at www.astorllc.com
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There is no assurance that the programs will produce profitable returns or that any account will have results similar to that of
the composite. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results and there is no assurance that the fund will achieve its