The Volatility Opportunity Portfolio of Funds

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May 26, 1999 marked the first day of funding for the Volatility Opportunity Fund.

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Among the companies included in this fund:
Yahoo, Infoseek, Lycos, Inktomi, CNET, AOL.com (includes Compuserve and Netscape), Prodigy Internet Services, CMGI Internet incubator, Amazon.com, Global Crossings' undersea & overland fiber network, Muriel Siebert Internet Stock Brokerage, Ross Perrot Systems, Intel, Northrop Grumman, Smith Kline, Merck, Pfizer, Donald J. Trump Hotel & Casinos, Campbell's Soup, Ralston Purina/Eveready Batteries, Sunoco

Until April, we had been liquidating stock positions. By mid-May, we had achieved our most liquid position since... since, we can remember. It appears inevitable that the most extreme volatility the financial markets have ever seen will continue. Adding fuel to this fire could be the appearance of a schizophrenic Fed. Although the Fed is concerned about inflationary pressures, they will be faced with an increasing liquidity crisis by year's end.

The stocks in the Volatility Opportunity Fund are meant to compliment our longer term portfolio, as well as, take advantage of near term income opportunities caused by this unprecedented volatility.

Our five favorite sectors for this fund are:

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