Welcome to the Oakseed Opportunity Fund
The Oakseed Opportunity Fund is a no load mutual fund managed by Jackson Park Capital, LLC. The fund seeks long term capital appreciation by investing primarily in common stocks of U.S. listed companies of all market capitalizations. To learn more, please download the fund's summary prospectus, prospectus and statement of additional information.
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Before investing you should carefully consider the Fund's investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. The prospectus and summary prospectus contain this and additional information regarding the Fund. To obtain a prospectus and summary prospectus, please download from this site or call toll-free 1-888-446-4460. The prospectus and summary prospectus should be read carefully before investing.
The Fund is distributed by IMST Distributors, LLC
An investment in the Oakseed Opportunity Fund is subject to numerous risks, including possible loss of principal. The Fund is subject to the following principal risks: equity securities risk, exchange traded funds risk, management risk, market risk, preferred stock risk, value-oriented investment strategy risk, warrant risk and industry concentration risk. A full description of risks is in the prospectus. The Oakseed Opportunity Fund has increased foreign investment risk, where the prices of foreign securities may be more volatile than the securities of U.S. companies and be more sensitive changes in interest or exchange rates. The Fund is also at increased small & mid-cap company risk, in which the securities of such companies may be subject to more abrupt or erratic market movements, or have lower trading volumes than larger companies. The Fund may invest a larger portion of its assets in one or more industries than many other mutual funds, and thus will be more susceptible to negative events affecting those industries. Finally, the Fund is subject to options risk where the Fund’s options positions may fluctuate to a greater degree than the securities they track. Additionally, there is risk in selling put options in that the value of underlying security could decrease and the put could be exercised, obligating the seller of the put to buy the security at a higher price than the prevailing market price.