Avarice Lock and Load Fund
According to the the Small Arms Survey 2017 at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, there were estimated to be 393,347,000 civilian held firearms in the United States. That’s about 40 percent of all the guns in the world. The Avarice Lock and Load Fund seeks to benefit from Americans’ love affairs with their guns.
The Avarice Lock and Load Fund has placed in the top quartile of the Pratt/LaPierre Mortality Investment Fund Rating Scale for over two decades.
As long as demand for weaponry among the U.S. citizenry remains high and the supply of fortitude in state legislatures and the U.S. Congress remains low, Avarice Funds managers expect American firearms manufacturing to continue to be a growth industry. Moreover manufacturers and national gun rights organizations continue cooperative development efforts that have already brought to market innovative products such as Gangstaland .38 Specials; airline-approved aim-and-fire pistols; and Ninja Sport Honey Worm school lunch-boxes with space for a sandwich, a Thermos®, a piece of fruit, a Beretta M9 and a 30 round magazine. Avarice Funds expects to see further product development for market segments that are currently overlooked by firearms manufacturers (e.g., day care providers, baristas and the clergy).
Investing in the Avarice Lock and Load Fund is not without risk. It must be noted that many of the 30,000 people who are gunned down every year were gun owners themselves, thereby reducing the pool of potential firearms buyers.
A transaction fee of .22 to .45 percent is levied on all fund purchases, sales and exchanges.
For more information about Avarice Lock and Load Fund, to request a prospectus, or to establish an investment account, contact your local broker or one of our offices.
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