May 2015 –
In his address to shareholders, Andrew Foster discusses the performance of the Fund during the fiscal year,
which is perhaps best described as
“a tale of two halves.”
He reflects on recent events within China,
and urges investors to carefully observe the country’s economic transition,
regardless of their views about the country’s investment merit.
Next, Andrew provides data on the
three-year performance record of the Fund,
and places that record in some context versus the Fund’s stated investment objectives.
He concludes by introducing Seafarer’s efforts to embrace
new modes of communication with existing and prospective shareholders.
While Istanbul displays many of the hallmarks of an emerging market mega-city, political strife and security threats put the city’s otherwise vibrant economy at risk.
View the Field Notes.
Seafarer Overseas Growth and Income Fund
The Fund seeks to provide long-term capital appreciation
along with some current income; it also seeks to mitigate
adverse volatility in returns.
The Fund invests primarily in the securities of companies located in developing countries. The Fund invests in several asset classes including dividend-paying common stocks, preferred stocks, convertible bonds, and fixed-income securities.
ALPS Distributors, Inc. is the distributor for the
Seafarer Overseas Growth and Income Fund.
Investors should consider the investment
objectives, risks, charges and expenses
carefully before making an investment decision.
This and other information about the Fund is
contained in the
which may be obtained by calling (855) 732-9220.
Please read the
carefully before you invest or send money.
An investment in the Fund involves risk, including possible loss of principal. International investing involves additio