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At Lee Financial Group Hawaii, we believe that many investors are seeking low volatility investments to help them manage risk. That’s why we created the Lee Financial Tactical Fund (LOVIX). The objective of LOVIX is to achieve long-term capital appreciation and preservation of capital while lowering volatility.
Low-volatility doesn’t necessarily mean low returns. There is ample evidence that low-volatility investing offers consistent relative growth and returns while sparing investors some of the headaches and worry of chasing volatile stocks in hopes of scoring a quick profit. Low volatility investing isn’t about the mindless pursuit of fast returns. It’s about attempting to minimize uncertainty while attempting to build a portfolio with less risk.
The investment objective of the Lee Financial Tactical Fund is to achieve long-term capital appreciation and preservation of capital while lowering volatility.
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The LOVIX portfolio may invest in a range of asset classes from markets in the United States and throughout the world. LOVIX is managed by Terrence Lee, President and CEO of Lee Financial Group Hawaii, Inc.
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Before investing, read the prospectus carefully. Please carefully consider the Fund’s investment objective, risks, and charges and expenses before investing. The prospectus contains this and other information about the Fund. Obtain a free prospectus here.
Fund’s yield, share price and investment return fluctuate so that you may receive more or less than your original investment upon redemption. Low volatility investing does not guarantee a profit or protect against a loss in a generally declining market. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. The Lee Financial Tactical Fund is a series of Lee Financial Mutual Fund, Inc.
Mutual fund investing involves risks. Principal loss is possible. The Lee Financial Tactical Fund’s investments in structured notes may subject the Fund to greater interest rate, credit and counterparty risks and costs than traditional equity funds. The price of structured notes may be volatile and they may have a limited trading market, making it difficult to value or sell them. Structured notes are also subject to risks of debt instruments, including interest rate and call risks, but may have a greater risk of loss than a typical debt security of the same maturity and credit quality. In exchange for the issuer’s guarantee of full or partial payment of principal on maturity, the upside return the Fund could achieve on its investment may be capped or limited and the issuer’s guarantee is generally available only if the Fund holds the structured note to maturity. The Fund may also invest in options which may be more volatile and less liquid, increasing the risk of loss when compared to traditional securities. The Fund also invests in foreign securities which, especially in emerging markets, involve greater volatility and political, economic, regulatory and currency risks and differences in accounting methods. The Fund may invest in small, mid or large companies. Investment in smaller companies involves additional risks such as limited liquidity and greater volatility than larger companies. The Fund’s investments in other investment companies, including exchange traded funds, subjects the Fund to those risks affecting that investment company, including a possible decrease in the value of the underlying securities. The Fund will also incur brokerage costs when it purchases exchange traded funds and will incur its pro rata share of the underlying investment company’s expenses. This is not a complete list of risks that may affect the Fund. For additional information concerning the risks applicable to the Fund, please see the Fund’s prospectus.DOCUMENTS