Like most industries today, the financial services industry is rapidly being shaped by technology, which is literally changing the way we do business. To be successful in this environment, we must continue to ensure that our customers are confident that we will manage their financial affairs expertly and confidentially.

At Day Hagan Asset Management, our customers have access to a broad range of products and services including wealth management, investments and myriad other financial platforms. To deliver these products and services as effectively and conveniently as possible, it is essential that we use technology to manage and maintain certain customer information.

We want to assure all of our customers that whenever information is used, it is done with discretion. The safeguarding of customer information is an issue we take seriously at Day Hagan Asset Management. To affirm our continuing commitment to the proper use of customer information, we have set forth the following Privacy Principles. It is these Privacy Principles that guide us in serving the privacy needs of our customers.

  1. Recognition of a Customer’s Expectation of Privacy: At Day Hagan Asset Management, we believe the confidentiality and protection of customer information is one of our fundamental responsibilities. And while information is critical to providing quality service, we recognize that one of our most important assets is our customers’ trust. Thus, the safekeeping of customer information is a priority for Day Hagan.

  2. Use, Collection and Retention of Customer Information: Day Hagan Asset Management limits the use, collection and retention of customer information to what we believe is necessary or useful to conduct our business, provide quality service, and offer products, services and other opportunities that may be of interest to our customers. Information collected may include, but is not limited to: name, address, telephone number, tax identification number, date of birth, employment status, annual income and net worth.

  3. Maintenance of Accurate Information: Day Hagan Asset Management recognizes that it must maintain accurate customer records. Therefore, we have established procedures to maintain the accuracy of customer information and to keep such information current and complete. These procedures include responding to requests to correct inaccurate information in a timely manner.

  4. Limiting Employee Access to Information: At Day Hagan Asset Management, employee access to personally identifiable customer information is limited to those with a business reason to know such information. Employees are educated on the importance of maintaining the confidentiality of customer information and on these Privacy Principles. Because of the importance of these issues, all Day Hagan employees are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of customer information and employees who violate these Privacy Principles will be subject to disciplinary measures.

  5. Protection of Information via Established Security Procedures: Day Hagan Asset Management recognizes that a fundamental element of maintaining effective customer privacy procedures is to provide reasonable protection against the unauthorized access to customer information. Therefore, we have established appropriate security standards and procedures to guard against any unauthorized access to customer information.

  6. Restrictions on the Disclosure of Customer Information: When it comes to sharing customer information with unaffiliated companies, Day Hagan Asset Management places strict limits on who receives specific information about customer accounts and other personally identifiable data. Day Hagan may share information with such companies if they provide a product or service that may benefit our customers. Whenever we do this, we carefully review the company and the product or service to make sure that it provides value to our customers.

  7. We share the minimum amount of information necessary for that company to offer its product or service. We may also share information with unaffiliated companies that assist us in providing our products and services to our customers; in the normal course of our business (for example, with consumer reporting agencies and government agencies); when legally required or permitted in connection with fraud investigations and litigation; in connection with acquisitions and sales; and at the request or with the permission of a customer.

  8. Maintaining Customer Privacy in Business Relationships with Third Parties: If we provide personally identifiable customer information to a third party with which we have a business relationship, we will insist that the third party keep such information confidential, consistent with the conduct of our business relationship.

  9. Disclosure of Privacy Principles to Customers: Day Hagan Asset Management recognizes and respects the privacy expectations of our customers. We want our customers to understand our commitment to privacy in our use of customer information. As a result of our commitment, we have developed these Privacy Principles which are made readily available to our customers. Customers who have questions about these Privacy Principles or have a question about the privacy of their customer information should call Day Hagan Asset Management at 941-330-1702 / 800-594-7930 or e-mail us at

These Privacy Principles apply to individuals, and we reserve the right to change these Privacy Principles, and any of the policies or procedures described above, at any time without prior notice. These Privacy Principles are for general guidance and do not constitute a contract or create legal rights and do not modify or amend any agreements we have with our customers.

Reviewed January 2015



This Code of Ethics is based on the principle that all employees of the Company (Day Hagan Asset Management) and certain other persons have a fiduciary duty to place the interest of clients ahead of their own and the Company’s. This Ethics applies to all “Access Persons” (defined below). Access Persons must avoid activities, interests and relationships that might interfere with making decisions in the best interests of the Company’s Advisory Clients.

For purposes of this policy, the following words shall mean:

“Access Persons” means all employees, directors, officers, partners or members of the Company, as the case may be, who (i) have access to nonpublic information regarding Advisory Clients’ purchases or sales of securities, (ii) are involved in making securities recommendations to Advisory Clients or (iii) have access to nonpublic recommendations or the portfolio holdings of an affiliated (investment) company. Client services personnel who regularly communicate with Advisory Clients also may be deemed to be Access Persons.

“Advisory Client” means any fund for which the Company serves as a general partner, or any person or entity for which it serves as investment advisor, renders investment advice or makes investment decisions.

“Code” means this policy as supplemented by other policies and procedures contained in the Company’s Compliance Manual.

“Reportable Securities” means all securities in which an Access Person has a beneficial interest except: (i) U.S. Government securities, (ii) money market instruments (e.g., bankers acceptances, bank certificates of deposit, commercial paper, repurchase agreements and other high quality short-term debt instruments), (iii) shares of money market funds, (iv) shares and holdings in other mutual funds unless the Company acts as the investment advisor to, or the principal underwriter of, the subject fund, and (v) units of a unit investment trust if the UIT is invested exclusively in unaffiliated mutual funds.

As fiduciaries, all Access Persons must at all times:

  1. Place the interests of Advisory Clients first. All Access Persons must scrupulously avoid serving their own personal interests ahead of the interests of the Company’s Advisory Clients. Access Persons may not induce or cause an Advisory Client to take action, or not to take action, for personal benefit, rather than for the benefit of the Advisory Client. For example, a supervisor or employee would violate the policy by causing an Advisory Client to purchase a security he or she owned for the purpose of increasing the price of that security.

  2. Avoid taking inappropriate advantage of their position. The receipt of investment opportunities, perquisites or gifts from persons seeking business with the Company or its Advisory Clients, could call into question the exercise of the independent judgment of an Access Person. Access Persons may not, for example, use their knowledge of portfolio transactions to profit by the market effect of such transactions,

  3. Conduct all personal securities transactions in full compliance with this Code including both pre-clearance and reporting requirements. Doubtful situations always should be resolved in favor of Advisory Clients. Technically, compliance with the Code’s provisions shall not automatically insulate from scrutiny any securities transactions or actions that indicate a violation of the Company’s fiduciary duties. Access Persons must obtain pre-approval from the CCO before investing in private placements, hedge funds or initial public offerings.


A. Confidentiality. Access persons are prohibited from revealing information relating to the investment intentions, activities or portfolios of Advisory Clients except to persons whose responsibilities require knowledge of the information.

B. Gifts. The following provisions on gifts apply to Access Persons:

  • Accepting Gifts. On occasion, because of their position with the Company, Access Persons may be offered or may receive without notice, gifts from clients, brokers, vendors or other persons. Acceptance of extraordinary or extravagant gifts is prohibited. Any such gifts must be declined and returned in order to protect the reputation and integrity of the Company. Gifts of nominal value (i.e. a gift whose reasonable value, alone or in the aggregate, is not more than $100 in any twelve month period), customary business meals, entertainment (i.e., sporting events) and promotional items (i.e., pens, mugs, T-shirts) may be accepted. All gifts received by an Access Person that might violate this Code must be promptly reported to the CCO.

  • Solicitation of gifts. Access Persons are prohibited from soliciting gifts of any size under any circumstances.

  • Giving gifts. Access Persons may not give any gift with a value in excess of $100 (per year) to an Advisory Client or persons who do business with, regulate, advise or render professional services to the Company.

C. Company Opportunities. Access Persons may not take personal advantage of any opportunity properly belonging to any Advisory Client or the Company. This includes, but is not limited to, acquiring Reportable Securities for one’s own account that would otherwise be acquired for an Advisory Client.

D. Undue influence. Access Persons shall not cause or attempt to cause any Advisory Client to purchase, sell, or hold any security in a manner calculated to create any personal benefit to such Access Person. If an Access Person stands to materially benefit from an investment decision for an Advisory Client that the Access Person is recommending or participating in, the Access Person must disclose to those persons with authority to make investment decisions for the Advisory Client the full nature of the beneficial interest that the Access Person has in that security, any derivative security of that security or the security issuer, where the decision could create a material benefit to the Access Person or the appearance of impropriety. The person to whom the Access Person reports the interest, in consultation with the CCO, must determine whether or not the Access Person will be restricted in making investment decisions in respect of the subject security.

E. Reporting, Review and Record keeping. All violations of the Code must be reported promptly to the CCO. The CCO shall periodically review Access Persons’ personal trading reports and otherwise take reasonable steps to monitor compliance with, and enforce, this Code of Ethics. The CCO shall maintain in the Company’s files (i) a current copy of the Code, (ii) records of violations and actions taken as a result of the violations, (iii) copies of all Access Persons’ written acknowledgement of receipt of the Code, (iv) copies of the quarterly and annual compliance certificates required by the Code, or in lieu of these certificates, duplicate copies of account statements from any outside account.

F. Sanctions. If the CCO determines that an Access Person has committed a violation of the Code, the Company may impose sanctions and take other actions as it deems appropriate, including a letter of caution or warning, suspension of personal trading privileges, suspension or termination of employment, fine, civil referral to the SEC and, in certain cases, criminal referral. The Company may also require the offending Access Person to reverse the trades in question, forfeit any profit or absorb any loss derived therefrom; and such forfeiture shall be disposed of in a manner that shall be determined by the Company in its sole discretion. Failure to timely abide by directions to reverse a trade or forfeit profits may result in the imposition of additional sanctions.

G. Exceptions. Exceptions to the Code will rarely, if ever, be granted. However, the CCO may grant an occasional exception on a case-by-case basis when the proposed conduct involves negligible opportunities for abuse. All exceptions shall be solicited and issued in writing. No reports shall be required under this Code for (i) transactions effected pursuant to an automatic investment plan and (ii) securities held in accounts over which the Access Person has no direct control.

H. Compliance Certification. All Access Persons shall sign a certificate promptly upon becoming employed or otherwise associated with the Company that evidences his or her receipt of this Code of Ethics and submit a complete report of the Access Person’s securities holdings. All Access Persons shall submit to the CCO, no later than 30 days after the close of each quarter, in the form proscribed by the Company for this purpose, a list of all personal transactions in Reportable Securities. In lieu of the list, it is acceptable to have duplicate statements for any outside accounts sent to the attention of the CCO for review.

Reviewed January 2015


We at Day Hagan Asset Management place our client relationships first and are proud to conduct our business based on five resolute principles:

  • Client focus
  • Respect for the individual
  • Teamwork
  • Responsible citizenship
  • Integrity

Below are a few of our favorite quotes regarding success and the hard work it takes to achieve it:

“Don’t aim for success if you want it; just do what you love and believe in, and it will come naturally.”

— David Frost

“Expect the best. Prepare for the worst. Capitalize on what comes.”

— Zig Ziglar

“I will tell you how to become rich. Close the doors. Be fearful when others are greedy. Be greedy when others are fearful.”

— Warren Buffet

“Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it.”

— Maya Angelou

“If you don’t have a competitive advantage, don’t compete.”

— Jack Welch

“Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.”

— Steve Jobs

“If your ship doesn’t come in, swim out to meet it!”

— Jonathan Winters

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