WHITEBOX MARKET NEUTRAL EQUITY FUND
(formerly Whitebox Long Short Equity Fund)
The investment objective of Whitebox Market Neutral Equity Fund (the "Fund") is to provide investors with a positive return regardless of the direction and fluctuations of the U.S. equity markets generally.
In pursuing the Fund’s investment objective, the Adviser will construct a portfolio principally comprised of long and short positions of U.S. listed common stock (including American Depository Receipts) with the goal of exploiting inefficiencies in the equity markets. The Adviser will utilize a mix of quantitative and qualitative investment analyses to select securities for the portfolio. The quantitative analysis will rely on multiple proprietary equity models that the Adviser has developed to identify stocks it believes are likely to outperform or underperform the market over a targeted time period. The Adviser will endeavor to manage the Fund’s portfolio as approximately “beta neutral.” Beta is a measurement of a stock’s expected volatility relative to the market.
REASONS TO CONSIDER INVESTING
- Downside Management: The Adviser seeks to limit exposure to downside risk by running a beta neutral portfolio designed to capitalize on arbitrage opportunities in the equity markets.
- Non-Correlation: The Adviser seeks to generate total return that is not correlated to traditional asset classes.
- Experienced, Talented Investment Team: The team possesses over a decade of experience investing in long short equity strategies for investors.
There can be no guarantee that the Fund’s strategies or investment objective will be achieved. There are risks involved with investing including the possible loss of principal. Past performance does not guarantee future results.
The value of investments in the Fund, as well as the amount of return received on an investment, may fluctuate significantly from day to day and over time. Investors may lose part or all of their investment in the Fund, or their investment may not perform as well as other similar investments. When consistent with the Fund's investment objective, and to the extent permitted under the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Fund may use derivative investments (options contracts, futures contracts and swaps) for hedging purposes as a substitute for investing in conventional securities. The Fund may also use derivatives to increase economic exposure to a particular security or index in a cost-effective manner.
Investing in the Fund involves risk, including the possible loss of principal. An investment in the Fund is not a bank deposit and is not insured or guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or other governmental agency. Fund investors may lose part or all of their investment in the Fund. An investment in the Fund is subject to the following principal risks: active and frequent trading risk; common stock risk; derivative risk; exchange-traded funds risk; leverage risk; market risk and selection risk; mid-cap securities risk; non-diversified status risk; segregated account risk; short sales risk; small cap securities risk; strategy risk and non-US securities risk. Explanations of these and other risks associated with an investment in the Fund are described in the Fund’s prospectus. Read the prospectus carefully before investing.