The Trust seeks to provide investors with the possibility of above- average total return (a total return that exceeds that of the S&P 500 index over the life of the trust). the Portfolio Consultant sought to select securities whose historical, fundamental profitability metrics have generally been superior to industry peers or that possess significant amounts of intangible assets in the form of intellectual property. there is no guarantee that the investment objective of the trust will be achieved.
  • Description

    • Status Secondary
    • Category Terminated Portfolio
    • Objective Total Return
  • Daily Pricing (As of 03-12-2013)

    • Bid Price $10.2766
    • Liquidation Price $10.2766
  • Deposit Data

    • Deposit Date 03-08-2011
    • Termination Date 03-12-2013
    • Initial Offer Price $10.00
    • Max Sales Charge 3.95%
  • CUSIPs

    • Cash 831703855
    • Reinvest 831703863
    • Fee - Cash 831703871
    • Fee - Reinvest 831703889
  • Sector Breakdown (As of Deposit Date)

  • Pricing Summary (As of 03-12-2013)

  • Breakpoint Schedule

    • Discount/Breakdown

      Less than $100,000

      $100,000 but less than $250,000

      $250,000 but less than $500,000

      $500,000 but less than $750,000

      $750,000 or greater

    • % Sales Charge

      3.95%

      3.45%

      3.20%

      2.95%

      2.45%

  • Est. Net Annual 1st Year Income*

    • First Payment Date04-30-2011
    • Pay FrequencyMonthly (if any)
    • Est. Net Annual Income* 0.0768
*Estimated Net Annual First Year Distribution per unit is computed by dividing the estimated annual income of the underlying securities less the expense per unit by the number of units outstanding. The estimated net annual distributions for subsequent years are expected to be less than estimated distributions for the first year because a portion of the securities included in the trust portfolio will be sold during the first year to pay for organization costs, the creation and development fee and the deferred sales charge. The actual net annual distributions will vary with changes in the trust’s fees and expenses and income of the underlying securities.