NAV as of: 09/22/2014 $13.88 - Daily NAV change:
Inception Date: May 23, 2011
James Long-Short Fund seeks to provide long-term capital appreciation.
The Fund invests primarily in foreign and domestic equity securities (long positions) that the Adviser believes are undervalued and more likely to appreciate, and sells short equity securities (short positions) that the Adviser believes are overvalued and more likely to depreciate. The Fund also may take long positions in domestic and foreign fixed income securities that the Adviser believes are more likely to appreciate in the interest rate and spread environment anticipated by the Adviser, and short positions in fixed income securities that the Adviser believes are more likely to depreciate in the interest rate and spread environment anticipated by the Adviser. The Fund seeks to achieve positive returns on both the long positions and short positions that it takes in various securities. At times, the Fund may employ a strategy known as 130/30. This means that it may maintain 100% net long exposure by investing 130% of its net assets in long positions and 30% of its net assets in short.
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Asset AllocationAs of: 08/31/2014
Fund Operating Expenses:Prospectus 11/01/2013
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