Astor Macro Alternative

Astor Macro Alternative Fund employs multiple strategies across diverse asset classes, including U.S. equity and fixed income, as well as global assets that are often beyond investors’ reach, such as global equities, international fixed income, currencies and commodities. The fund seeks to potentially provide a smoother return stream, with lower volatility, across market cycles, than could generally be achieved by holding stocks alone.

  • Pursues what hedge funds attempt to deliver to portfolios, with the lower cost, greater transparency, and the daily liquidity associated with mutual funds
  • Aims to provide risk management at the asset, strategy, and fund level to guard against large adverse losses.
  • Uses asset and strategy level diversification, in pursuit of positive returns throughout the business cycle; can hold both long and short positions in many assets.


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Alpha: The excess return generated by a strategy above a benchmark.

Correlation: A statistical measure of the interdependence of two random variables. Fundamentally, the value indicates how much of a change in one variable is explained by a change in another. A correlation of 1 implies the variables move in the same direction and -1 implies they do not.

Volatility: A term used to describe a level of price risk for an investment and measured by the dispersion of returns over a period of time. Volatility is commonly calculated as standard deviation.

Past performance is no guarantee of future results and there is no assurance Astor’s strategies will achieve their objectives, generate positive returns, avoid losses, or produce returns similar to past periods.

The Strategy can purchase various assets, asset classes, and types of securities depending on the structure of the product. Please review the appropriate prospectus, offering document, or other material carefully before investing to determine the risks, fees, and investments of the applicable product.

International markets have risks due to currency valuations and political or economic events. Emerging markets typically have more risk than developed markets. 503161-382