Over 100 people will die in the next minute. That's over 150,000 today. And while the deceased generally don't engage in commerce directly, companies that participate in the "business of the inevitable" are very active revenue generators. The portfolio of Avarice Angel Stock Fund is composed largely of stocks of companies that have been instrumental in developing major holdings in these businesses for generations. A smaller but growing portion of companies represented in the Avarice Angel Stock Fund are technology companies that are finding new ways to capitalize on the departed.
Among similar investment vehicles, Avarice Angel Stock Fund has performed in the top 95th percentile over the past one-, three-, five- and ten-year periods. It has also beat the Kevorkian Mutual Fund Index every year since its inception.
The management team of the Avarice Angel Stock Fund believes that there is significant growth in its portfolio companies, especially in the technology sector where, for instance, developing research into human decloning, short-life breeding and human tissue mining is being well funded.
World population replacement levels have been falling for decades. This translates into a reduced absolute number of deaths in the future as well as a reduction of the relative death rate overall. Nevertheless, with over 50 million deaths per year occurring over the next two decades at least, the future is promising for well positioned companies.
Because mature investors are, in fact, closer to contributing to the pool of those who are deceased, a personalized, age-based formula is used to establish each investor’s management fee. Using actuarial data applied to demographic analyses, each investor is treated differently. And although fees are generally applied as an inverse of age, other life-style factors are considered as well. For a personalized evaluation of your situation and the fees that may apply, please contact one of our account managers at any of our offices.
For more information about Avarice Angel Stock Fund, to request a prospectus, or to establish an investment account, contact your local broker or one of our offices.