Where Patriots Are Invested

NOTICE: The Patriot Balanced Fund (ATBIX, ATBAX, ATBTX) will pay an income and capital gain distribution to shareholders on record as of March 22, 2019. The ex-date of this distribution will be March 25, 2019.

The following are the estimated per share amounts for the distribution based on the shares outstanding as of March 19, 2019. Please be advised that any decrease in the shares outstanding will directly impact these estimates and cause the per share rates to increase.

Income Distributions

 
SHARES
OUTSTANDING
PER SHARE AMOUNT TOTAL DISTRIBUTION
Class A 23,411.422 $0.0049 $114.72
Class C 10,905.269  $-  $-
Class I 338,783.275  $0.0117  $3,963.76

 

Short Term Capital Gains – $0.0395 per share ($14,737.45)

Long Term Capital Gains – $3.8412 per share ($1,433,151.59)

Fact Sheet Disclosure

Our Promise

In a troubled world, peace of mind can be hard to come by. When you invest with the Patriot Fund, your dollars will be cleansed of companies that could be funding acts of terror and replaced by assets vetted by some of the most rigorous quantitative methods in use today.

Click here to learn how your investments may be supporting terrorism.

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Over 10% of the S&P 500 ($1.4 trillion of the market capitalization) is considered to be terror-infected stocks.

8 out of the 10 sectors in the S&P 500 contain companies that operate in countries identified as State Sponsors of Terrorism

Companies operating in terror states could be at risk of significant loss because of the instability in these regions.

The number of companies operating in terror states as measured by both market capitalization and by number involved has been consistently growing.

As the U.S. is fighting a war on terror, some U.S. companies are providing resources that help the opposition.

The dollars that these companies contribute to the economies of rogue nations may flow into the hands of terrorists who are killing American troops.

38 of 50 states have passed or are considering legislation prohibiting their public pension funds from investing in terror-related securities.