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New Frontier Advisors, LLC (“New Frontier”) is retained as a portfolio strategist (“Strategist”) to provide model portfolios. Model portfolios are provided either (1) to registered investment advisors or broker-dealers (“Financial Advisors”) through third-party asset management platforms (“Sponsors”) or (2) to individual clients where New Frontier acts as subadvisor to the client’s Financial Advisor and accesses the client’s account through a qualified custodian (“Custodian”) to execute the model portfolio’s transactions. New Frontier does not provide investment advisory services tailored to the individual needs and objectives of any investor. New Frontier acts solely as subadvisor, strategist, model provider, and/or model manager, and its relationship with any investor is limited to a subadvisory role working with the investor’s Financial Advisor.  Investors should consult with their Financial Advisor if they have any questions concerning the information provided here. 

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. The portfolio’s investment objective, risks, fees, and underlying expenses should be considered carefully before investing. As market conditions fluctuate, the investment return and principal value of any investment will change. Diversification may not protect against market risk. There are risks involved with investing, including possible loss of principal. Volatility represents the expected risk of the portfolio relative to major asset classes. The underlying holdings may invest in foreign and emerging market securities which will involve greater volatility as well as political, economic, and currency risks and differences in accounting methods. Portfolio holdings, exposures, and characteristics are as of the date show and are subject to change at any time.  Before investing in any investment portfolio, the investor and Financial Advisor should carefully consider the investor’s investment objectives, time horizon, risk tolerance, and fees. The Financial Advisor assumes full responsibility for determining the suitability and fitness of each portfolio for their clients.   

Returns shown here are hypothetical because the returns are from accounts following our models and represent our performance on multiple Sponsors.  We include no back tested performance.   

Returns from inception on October 29, 2004, until inception on October 29, 2004 until July 1, 2009 are the returns of a single account held by one of our Sponsors and being traded according to New Frontier’s trading instructions.  After July 1, 2009, additional accounts following the model were included. Returns in excess of a year are annualized.

 New Frontier acquires gross of fees monthly composite performance data of the accounts invested in each model portfolio at each Sponsor and weights the returns according to each Sponsor’s assets under management for that model. Some Sponsors provide insufficient performance information for New Frontier to include them in the weighted average. Each Sponsor sets the criteria for account exclusion and rules for return calculation on the account level. We consider our partner Sponsors to be reliable sources of information, but we are unable to warrant that the data will be complete or error-free as we do not have direct access to individual account data at any of our Sponsors. We also track our model portfolios using publicly available ETF prices as an outside check on Sponsor data. 

Because New Frontier relies on Sponsor monthly data to calculate actual account-level monthly performance, we upload real performance data for any given month at the end of the first month of the subsequent quarter. (The latest month for which Sponsor-provided real performance data is available is referenced in the first column of the Annual Return Table.) For example, December performance data using real performance would be shown by the end of January. For dates falling outside of the available real monthly performance, the performance shown relies on publicly available ETF prices instead of real performance. For example, if a user is accessing this tool on February 5, 2019 and wants to see performance from the period between February 16, 2018 and January 6, 2019, the monthly data from February 28, 2018 to December 31, 2018 would reflect real performance data from Sponsors, while the data from February 16, 2018 to February 28, 2018 and the data from January 1, 2019 to January 6, 2019 would rely on publicly available ETF prices. 

In order to show net performance, we deduct estimated Strategist and Sponsor fees from gross performance using the highest possible fee rate of 65 basis points.  Fees are subtracted on a quarterly basis, so performance for less than one quarter may not show the full impact of fees.  The net performance does not include the advisory fees charged by a Financial Advisor nor any applicable trading or custodial fees.  The deduction of advisory, custodial, and trading fees would lower historical performance as net performance does not reflect the compounding effect of those fees.  The performance shown includes reinvestment of income, deductions for transaction costs, and rebalancing according to the Strategist’s buy/sell signals. At the time of publication, a majority of custodians are not charging a trading fee for domestic stock trades or ETF trades.  The reported gross performance excludes all fees except the underlying ETF fees, and as such, does not reflect the compounding effect of those fees.    

Benchmark returns are blended returns of the MSCI’s ACWI IMI NR returns (stocks) and FTSE 3-month US T-bill returns (bonds). This blended benchmark is used to reflect the global exposure of our portfolios while being denominated in U.S. dollars.  The MSCI ACWI Investable Market Index (IMI) captures large, mid, and small cap representation across both developed and emerging market countries. The index is comprehensive, covering approximately 99% of the global equity investment opportunity set.  The FTSE 3 Month US T Bill USD Index tracks the daily performance of 3 Month US Treasury Bills and is designed to operate as a reference rate for a series of funds. This benchmark is not intended to represent the security selection process or holdings, but serves as a frame of comparison using established well-known indices. These indices are not available for direct investment. A person who purchases an investment product that attempts to mimic the performance of an index will incur expenses such as management fees, transaction costs, etc. which would reduce returns. 

Monthly benchmark returns rely on the benchmark index providers, but when the requested date range starts or ends in the middle of the month, the tables and charts may rely on daily returns of ETFs that track the benchmark index for the daily performance on the edges of the range.

Please note that any further distribution of these materials must comply with your firm’s marketing guidelines as well as applicable rules and regulations.  This includes policies and procedures satisfying the SEC’s Marketing Rule that specifies that hypothetical performance can only be shared with end clients if is relevant to the likely financial situations and investment objectives of the intended audience.

 


Disclosures:

The index is not an investable security. Any investable security would have performance reduced by fees. In any case, past performance does not guarantee future results. As market conditions fluctuate, the investment return and principal value of any investment will change. Diversification may not protect against market risk.


Disclosures:

New Frontier Advisors, LLC (“New Frontier”) is retained as a portfolio strategist (“Strategist”) to provide model portfolios. Model portfolios are provided either (1) to registered investment advisors or broker-dealers (“Financial Advisors”) through third-party asset management platforms (“Sponsors”) or (2) to individual clients where New Frontier acts as subadvisor to the client’s Financial Advisor and accesses the client’s account through a qualified custodian (“Custodian”) to execute the model portfolio’s transactions. New Frontier does not provide investment advisory services tailored to the individual needs and objectives of any investor. New Frontier acts solely as subadvisor, strategist, model provider, and/or model manager, and its relationship with any investor is limited to a subadvisory role working with the investor’s Financial Advisor.  Investors should consult with their Financial Advisor if they have any questions concerning the information provided here. 

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. The portfolio’s investment objective, risks, fees, and underlying expenses should be considered carefully before investing. As market conditions fluctuate, the investment return and principal value of any investment will change. Diversification may not protect against market risk. There are risks involved with investing, including possible loss of principal. Volatility represents the expected risk of the portfolio relative to major asset classes. The underlying holdings may invest in foreign and emerging market securities which will involve greater volatility as well as political, economic, and currency risks and differences in accounting methods. Portfolio holdings, exposures, and characteristics are as of the date show and are subject to change at any time.  Before investing in any investment portfolio, the investor and Financial Advisor should carefully consider the investor’s investment objectives, time horizon, risk tolerance, and fees. The Financial Advisor assumes full responsibility for determining the suitability and fitness of each portfolio for their clients.   

Returns shown are actual accounts traded to those models on Custodians. We include no back tested performance.   

Performance shown is for New Frontier’s model portfolios in the Direct-through-Custodian program.  The inception dates vary depending on initial investment: 20/80: 11/30/20, 40/60: 11/30/20, 60/40: 3/31/20, 75/25: 11/30/20, 90/10: 11/30/20, 100/0: 8/31/20.  All initial investments were in a limited number of accounts, which is not as representative as the performance of a larger number of accounts would be.  Performance results use a time-weighted rate of return for each account, weighted by each account’s beginning assets relative to the total assets invested in the model. All securities are listed at fair value as determined by the Custodian. 

In order to show net performance, we deduct estimated Strategist and Sponsor fees from gross performance using the highest possible fee rate of 65 basis points.  Fees are subtracted on a quarterly basis, so performance for less than one quarter may not show the full impact of fees.  The net performance does not include the advisory fees charged by a Financial Advisor nor any applicable trading or custodial fees.  The deduction of advisory, custodial, and trading fees would lower historical performance as net performance does not reflect the compounding effect of those fees.  The performance shown includes reinvestment of income, deductions for transaction costs, and rebalancing according to the Strategist’s buy/sell signals. At the time of publication, a majority of custodians are not charging a trading fee for domestic stock trades or ETF trades.  The reported gross performance excludes all fees except the underlying ETF fees, and as such, does not reflect the compounding effect of those fees.

Benchmark returns are blended returns of the S&P 500 NR USD returns (stocks) and FTSE 3-month US T-bill returns (bonds). This blend consists of well-established and transparent indices that reflect our objective of capturing economic growth for a dollar-denominated investor.  The S&P 500 NR USD index captures large-cap U.S. equities representation.  It includes 500 top companies in leading industries of the U.S. economy and covers approximately 80% of available market capitalization. The FTSE 3 Month US T Bill USD Index tracks the daily performance of 3 Month US Treasury Bills and is designed to operate as a reference rate for a series of funds. This benchmark is not intended to represent the security selection process or holdings, but serves as a frame of comparison using established well-known indices. These indices are not available for direct investment. A person who purchases an investment product that attempts to mimic the performance of an index will incur expenses such as management fees, transaction costs, etc. which would reduce returns. 

Monthly benchmark returns rely on the benchmark index providers, but when the requested date range starts or ends in the middle of the month, the tables and charts may rely on daily returns of ETFs that track the benchmark index for the daily performance on the edges of the range.

Please note that any further distribution of these materials must comply with your firm’s marketing guidelines as well as applicable rules and regulations.  This includes policies and procedures satisfying the SEC’s Marketing Rule that specifies that hypothetical performance can only be shared with end clients if is relevant to the likely financial situations and investment objectives of the intended audience.

  


Disclosures:

The index is not an investable security. Any investable security would have performance reduced by fees. In any case, past performance does not guarantee future results. As market conditions fluctuate, the investment return and principal value of any investment will change. Diversification may not protect against market risk.


Disclosures:

New Frontier Advisors, LLC (“New Frontier”) is retained as a portfolio strategist (“Strategist”) to provide model portfolios. Model portfolios are provided either (1) to registered investment advisors or broker-dealers (“Financial Advisors”) through third-party asset management platforms (“Sponsors”) or (2) to individual clients where New Frontier acts as subadvisor to the client’s Financial Advisor and accesses the client’s account through a qualified custodian (“Custodian”) to execute the model portfolio’s transactions. New Frontier does not provide investment advisory services tailored to the individual needs and objectives of any investor. New Frontier acts solely as subadvisor, strategist, model provider, and/or model manager, and its relationship with any investor is limited to a subadvisory role working with the investor’s Financial Advisor.  Investors should consult with their Financial Advisor if they have any questions concerning the information provided here. 

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. The portfolio’s investment objective, risks, fees, and underlying expenses should be considered carefully before investing. As market conditions fluctuate, the investment return and principal value of any investment will change. Diversification may not protect against market risk. There are risks involved with investing, including possible loss of principal. Volatility represents the expected risk of the portfolio relative to major asset classes. The underlying holdings may invest in foreign and emerging market securities which will involve greater volatility as well as political, economic, and currency risks and differences in accounting methods. Portfolio holdings, exposures, and characteristics are as of the date show and are subject to change at any time.  Before investing in any investment portfolio, the investor and Financial Advisor should carefully consider the investor’s investment objectives, time horizon, risk tolerance, and fees. The Financial Advisor assumes full responsibility for determining the suitability and fitness of each portfolio for their clients.   

Returns shown here are hypothetical because the returns are from accounts following our models and represent our performance on multiple Sponsors.  We include no back tested performance.   

Returns from inception on October 29, 2004 until July 1, 2009 (except for taxed 20/80 which switched on October 1, 2010 and taxed 40/60 which switched on January 1, 2010) are the returns of a single account held by one of our Sponsors and being traded according to New Frontier’s trading instructions.  After the switching date, additional accounts following the model were included. Returns in excess of a year are annualized.

 New Frontier acquires gross of fees monthly composite performance data of the accounts invested in each model portfolio at each Sponsor and weights the returns according to each Sponsor’s assets under management for that model. Some Sponsors provide insufficient performance information for New Frontier to include them in the weighted average. Each Sponsor sets the criteria for account exclusion and rules for return calculation on the account level. We consider our partner Sponsors to be reliable sources of information, but we are unable to warrant that the data will be complete or error-free as we do not have direct access to individual account data at any of our Sponsors. We also track our model portfolios using publicly available ETF prices as an outside check on Sponsor data. 

Because New Frontier relies on Sponsor monthly data to calculate actual account-level monthly performance, we upload real performance data for any given month at the end of the first month of the subsequent quarter. (The latest month for which Sponsor-provided real performance data is available is referenced in the first column of the Annual Return Table.) For example, December performance data using real performance would be shown by the end of January. For dates falling outside of the available real monthly performance, the performance shown relies on publicly available ETF prices instead of real performance. For example, if a user is accessing this tool on February 5, 2019 and wants to see performance from the period between February 16, 2018 and January 6, 2019, the monthly data from February 28, 2018 to December 31, 2018 would reflect real performance data from Sponsors, while the data from February 16, 2018 to February 28, 2018 and the data from January 1, 2019 to January 6, 2019 would rely on publicly available ETF prices. 

In order to show net performance, we deduct estimated Strategist and Sponsor fees from gross performance using the highest possible fee rate of 65 basis points.  Fees are subtracted on a quarterly basis, so performance for less than one quarter may not show the full impact of fees.  The net performance does not include the advisory fees charged by a Financial Advisor nor any applicable trading or custodial fees.  The deduction of advisory, custodial, and trading fees would lower historical performance as net performance does not reflect the compounding effect of those fees.  The performance shown includes reinvestment of income, deductions for transaction costs, and rebalancing according to the Strategist’s buy/sell signals. At the time of publication, a majority of custodians are not charging a trading fee for domestic stock trades or ETF trades.  The reported gross performance excludes all fees except the underlying ETF fees, and as such, does not reflect the compounding effect of those fees.

Benchmark returns are blended returns of the MSCI’s ACWI IMI NR returns (stocks) and FTSE 3-month US T-bill returns (bonds). This blended benchmark is used to reflect the global exposure of our portfolios while being denominated in U.S. dollars.  The MSCI ACWI Investable Market Index (IMI) captures large, mid, and small cap representation across both developed and emerging market countries. The index is comprehensive, covering approximately 99% of the global equity investment opportunity set.  The FTSE 3 Month US T Bill USD Index tracks the daily performance of 3 Month US Treasury Bills and is designed to operate as a reference rate for a series of funds. This benchmark is not intended to represent the security selection process or holdings, but serves as a frame of comparison using established well-known indices. These indices are not available for direct investment. A person who purchases an investment product that attempts to mimic the performance of an index will incur expenses such as management fees, transaction costs, etc. which would reduce returns. 

Monthly benchmark returns rely on the benchmark index providers, but when the requested date range starts or ends in the middle of the month, the tables and charts may rely on daily returns of ETFs that track the benchmark index for the daily performance on the edges of the range.

Please note that any further distribution of these materials must comply with your firm’s marketing guidelines as well as applicable rules and regulations.  This includes policies and procedures satisfying the SEC’s Marketing Rule that specifies that hypothetical performance can only be shared with end clients if is relevant to the likely financial situations and investment objectives of the intended audience.

 


Disclosures:

New Frontier Advisors, LLC (“New Frontier”) is retained as a portfolio strategist (“Strategist”) to provide model portfolios. Model portfolios are provided either (1) to registered investment advisors or broker-dealers (“Financial Advisors”) through third-party asset management platforms (“Sponsors”) or (2) to individual clients where New Frontier acts as subadvisor to the client’s Financial Advisor and accesses the client’s account through a qualified custodian (“Custodian”) to execute the model portfolio’s transactions. New Frontier does not provide investment advisory services tailored to the individual needs and objectives of any investor. New Frontier acts solely as subadvisor, strategist, model provider, and/or model manager, and its relationship with any investor is limited to a subadvisory role working with the investor’s Financial Advisor.  Investors should consult with their Financial Advisor if they have any questions concerning the information provided here. 

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. The portfolio’s investment objective, risks, fees, and underlying expenses should be considered carefully before investing. As market conditions fluctuate, the investment return and principal value of any investment will change. Diversification may not protect against market risk. There are risks involved with investing, including possible loss of principal. Volatility represents the expected risk of the portfolio relative to major asset classes. The underlying holdings may invest in foreign and emerging market securities which will involve greater volatility as well as political, economic, and currency risks and differences in accounting methods. Portfolio holdings, exposures, and characteristics are as of the date show and are subject to change at any time.  Before investing in any investment portfolio, the investor and Financial Advisor should carefully consider the investor’s investment objectives, time horizon, risk tolerance, and fees. The Financial Advisor assumes full responsibility for determining the suitability and fitness of each portfolio for their clients.   

Returns shown here are hypothetical because the returns are from accounts following our models and represent our performance on multiple Sponsors.  We include no back tested performance.   

Returns from inception on July 1, 2012 until October 1, 2012 for the 40/60 and 60/40 profiles or April 1, 2013 for the 75/25 profile are the returns of a single account held by one of our Sponsors and being traded according to New Frontier’s trading instructions.  After the switching date, additional accounts following the model were included. Returns in excess of a year are annualized.

 New Frontier acquires gross of fees monthly composite performance data of the accounts invested in each model portfolio at each Sponsor and weights the returns according to each Sponsor’s assets under management for that model. Some Sponsors provide insufficient performance information for New Frontier to include them in the weighted average. Each Sponsor sets the criteria for account exclusion and rules for return calculation on the account level. We consider our partner Sponsors to be reliable sources of information, but we are unable to warrant that the data will be complete or error-free as we do not have direct access to individual account data at any of our Sponsors. We also track our model portfolios using publicly available ETF prices as an outside check on Sponsor data. 

Because New Frontier relies on Sponsor monthly data to calculate actual account-level monthly performance, we upload real performance data for any given month at the end of the first month of the subsequent quarter. (The latest month for which Sponsor-provided real performance data is available is referenced in the first column of the Annual Return Table.) For example, December performance data using real performance would be shown by the end of January. For dates falling outside of the available real monthly performance, the performance shown relies on publicly available ETF prices instead of real performance. For example, if a user is accessing this tool on February 5, 2019 and wants to see performance from the period between February 16, 2018 and January 6, 2019, the monthly data from February 28, 2018 to December 31, 2018 would reflect real performance data from Sponsors, while the data from February 16, 2018 to February 28, 2018 and the data from January 1, 2019 to January 6, 2019 would rely on publicly available ETF prices. 

In order to show net performance, we deduct estimated Strategist and Sponsor fees from gross performance using the highest possible fee rate of 75 basis points.  Fees are subtracted on a quarterly basis, so performance for less than one quarter may not show the full impact of fees.  The net performance does not include the advisory fees charged by a Financial Advisor nor any applicable trading or custodial fees.  The deduction of advisory, custodial, and trading fees would lower historical performance as net performance does not reflect the compounding effect of those fees.  The performance shown includes reinvestment of income, deductions for transaction costs, and rebalancing according to the Strategist’s buy/sell signals. At the time of publication, a majority of custodians are not charging a trading fee for domestic stock trades or ETF trades.  The reported gross performance excludes all fees except the underlying ETF fees, and as such, does not reflect the compounding effect of those fees.    

Benchmark returns are blended returns of the Dow Jones Global Select Dividend Index (stocks) and the ICE BoAML US Broad Market Index (bonds).  This blended benchmark is used to reflect the global exposure of our portfolios while being denominated in U.S dollars. The Dow Jones Global Select Dividend Index aims to represent the performance of leading dividend-paying companies from developed markets. The ICE BoAML US Broad Market Index measures the performance of the total U.S. investment-grade bond market. This benchmark is not intended to represent the security selection process or holdings, but serves as a frame of comparison using established well-known indices. These indices are not available for direct investment. A person who purchases an investment product that attempts to mimic the performance of an index will incur expenses such as management fees, transaction costs, etc. which would reduce returns. 

Monthly benchmark returns rely on the benchmark index providers, but when the requested date range starts or ends in the middle of the month, the tables and charts may rely on daily returns of ETFs that track the benchmark index for the daily performance on the edges of the range.

Please note that any further distribution of these materials must comply with your firm’s marketing guidelines as well as applicable rules and regulations.  This includes policies and procedures satisfying the SEC’s Marketing Rule that specifies that hypothetical performance can only be shared with end clients if is relevant to the likely financial situations and investment objectives of the intended audience.