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Arrow Managed Futures Strategy Fund
Targeting Trends in the Global Futures Markets
Investment Strategy
The fund pursues its investment objective by implementing a managed futures and fixed income strategy. The fund seeks to provide exposure to a wide range of global futures markets through the DUNN Capital World Monetary & Agricultural (WMA) Program.

Class AMFTFX042765875
Class CMFTTX042765867
Class IMFTNX042765859

Fund Type: Systematic Trend

Fund Highlights
  • Access to DUNN Capital, an industry leading CTA with
       more than 40 years of history
  • An alternative to "long-only" commodity funds
  • Historically low correlation to traditional assets, such as
       stocks and bonds
  • An alternative to illiquid private managed futures or CTA
  • Minimum Investment:

  • $5,000 non-qualified accounts
  • $2,000 retirement accounts
  • $250 subsequent investments
  • Class I minimum initial investment $1 million
  • Fund Materials

    Fact Sheet / Holdings


    Summary Prospectus

    DUNN Capital Brochure

    Investment Overview
    Arrow Managed Futures Strategy Fund is a mutual fund that provides exposure to the global futures market through exposure through the World Monetary & Agriculture (WMA) Program, a systematic trading program by DUNN Capital Management, LLC. Managed Futures strategies may appeal to investors seeking portfolio diversification, exposure to non-traditional assets, such as commodities and currencies, and access to directional trading strategies. Managed futures are known for their historically low correlation to traditional assets, which make them a potential portfolio diversification tool. With the ability to go long or short, the fund attempts to capture the economic benefit derived from sustained trends (either rising or declining) across multiple futures markets. Some of the key strategy characteristics of the fund are:

     Characteristic  Description
     Process  Systematic, rule-based
     Diversification  Exposure to more than 50 components
     Source of Returns  Directional, trend following
     Directional Positions  Long/Short/Flat
     Correlation  Low historical correlation to stocks and bonds

    There is no assurance that the fund will achieve its investment objectives.

    About DUNN Capital Management, LLC
    Founded in 1974, DUNN Capital Management, LLC is a Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) with a long, rich history of experience and performance. DUNN uses a fully quantitative and systematic approach to extract profits from up or down markets in order to seek a return stream that exhibits very low correlation with other investments, such as stocks, bonds, real estate, or hedge fund assets.

    DUNN's flagship World Monetary & Agriculture (WMA) Program has a track record that spans over 30 years, which serves at the core of the mutual fund's investment strategy. The DUNN WMA program primarily follows a systematic, trend following strategy encompassing a portfolio of more than 50 components across financial and commodity futures.
    TickerCusipTotal Fund
    Class AMFTFX0427658751.81% 1.55%
    Class CMFTTX0427658672.56% 2.29%
    Class IMFTNX0427658591.56% 1.29%

    Standard Deviation is a statistical measurement of volatility based on historical returns. Correlation measures how closely two securities' movements are associated, ranging from 1.0 highly correlated to -1.0 inversely correlated. Inversely correlated numbers are indicated by parentheses in the performance table. Long/Short investments profit from price increases when long, or from price decreases when short.

    The Arrow Managed Futures Strategy Fund
    may not be suitable for all investors. The funds may invest in commodity-related securities, which may be subject to greater volatility than investments in traditional securities. The use of derivatives such as futures, options, structured notes, repurchase agreements and swap agreements may expose the fund to additional risks than investing directly in the underlying securities. Investing in leveraged instruments will magnify any gains or losses on those instruments. Fixed income securities are subject to risks including interest rate, credit, inflation and counterparty risks. The funds may allocate assets to an offshore subsidiary which is not subject to the Investment Company Act of 1940, meaning that changes in laws could result in the inability to operate as described in the prospectus. The fund's use of short selling and investment in currency-related securities involves increased risk and additional costs.