MVP Asset Management LLC has announced the re-opening of the MVP Fund of Funds to new investors. 


Since launch the fund has exhibited 15 consecutive positive monthly returns, producing an overall return of 18.51 per cent. Simultaneously, the markets have exhibited extremely volatile conditions yielding monthly returns of -3.43 per cent to +3.86 per cent for S&P 500, -7.83 per cent to +7.63 per cent for NASDAQ, and -2.96 per cent to +3.99 per cent DOW. The fund has produced consistent positive returns each month as anticipated. 


The investment objective of the MVP fund is to produce consistent positive net monthly returns irrespective of market conditions, with a goal of delivering annual returns of 10-15 per cent to investors, while concurrently protecting and increasing capital through strict risk-management controls. MVP Fund of Funds seeks to mitigate, as much as possible, against market volatility by investing in non-market correlated assets and profiting in up, down and flat markets. MVPAM employs a proprietary model that dictates the underlying fund selection process and undertakes rigorous 'bottom-up' research when screening for prospective investments and offers investment manager and investment strategy diversification. 


As an incentive to potential new investors the manager has agreed to waive all management and performance fees to 1st June 2006. This applies to both the Dollar and Sterling share classes. The GBP (Sterling) share class will be launched on 1 November 2005.


The fund is open to retail and institutional investors, while the minimum investment to non-US investors is USD 5,000 or GBP 3,000 and there are two share classes; USD and GBP. The minimum investment to US investors, who can invest through any type of tax-exempt vehicle such as an IRA, 401k, Keogh plan etc., is negotiable.


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