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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Event-Driven Mutual Fund Focused on 13D Filings
The 13D Activist Fund (DDDIX) is the first mutual fund to offers investors exposure to shareholder activism as its primary investment strategy. The Fund was founded by Ken Squire, who has been operating the premier research service on shareholder activism for the institutional community since 2006.


Q&A With Founder Ken Squire
New York (Januaryy 6, 2014) –– The 13D Activist Fund (DDDIX), the only mutual fund that offers exposure to shareholder activism as its primary investment strategy, crossed the two-year mark with substantial growth in assets as more investors sought to invest alongside leading activists. The Fund turned in second-year performance of 36.58% after fees and expenses that beat the S&P 500 by 4.19% while increasing assets by more than twenty times to $151.71 million as of December 31, 2013. [Read more...]
Quick Fund Facts
  • 13D Activist Fund is the only mutual fund that provides an expert exposure to activist investing as its primary investment strategy.
  • Managed by Ken Squire, founder of 13D Monitor, the leading qualitative activist research product to the institutional market.
  • Invests in companies that are the subject of what the Fund management believes to be the most compelling 13D filings of activist investors.
  • Follows 10–15 different activists in 20–40 different positions.
  • Fund Manager analyzes the 13D event, including the track record of activist, type of activism employed, sector and chances of a successful activist campaign.
  • Used in Portfolios as a core mid-cap, core all-cap and an alternative investment.
Investment Process
The 13D Activist Fund seeks to invest in 20 to 40 activist situations which we believe will successfully lead to the realization of enhanced shareholder value. We analyze each 13D event and makes a decision as to how much, if any, to allocate to the Fund. The investment decision is based primarily on an analysis of the history/track record of the activist, type of activism employed, sector and probability of a success. The decision is based primarily on an analysis of the 13D event. [Read more...]
In the News
You don’t have to be Carl Icahn, Bill Ackman or Dan Loeb to invest like an activist shareholder. When crusading investors are demanding corporate change, they buy the stock of a target company. Activists who own more than 5% of the voting class of a company’s stock must file a Schedule 13D form with the Securities and Exchange Commission within 10 days after the purchase. [Read more...]
Source: Forbes.com - July 30, 2014
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