ETFs

The exchange traded fund concept is emerging as the fastest growing segment of the financial services sector. Investors are moving assets into ETFs at the expense of both mutual funds and separate account management according to several media reports. To date, the Standard & Poor (S&P) Indexes have attracted over 26% of ETF assets which is the largest single market share of the assets being attracted to the ETF Sector. RevenueShares has entered into a partnership with S&P to revenue weight the core domestic ETFs of S&P. RevenueShares believes that by applying the revenue weighted methodology to the S&P indexes, investors will lower their exposure from overvalued companies that are inflated by the market (e.g.: Apple is considered "priced to perfection." Because Apple didn't blow everyone out of the water with their earnings on the morning of 1/24/13, the stock traded down sharply. The weighting of Apple in the S&P 500 market cap index at the close of 1/23/13 was 3.62%, while the weighting in Apple in the Revenue Weight (S&P 500) Large Cap Index was 1.35% at the close of 1/23/13).

The Fund's investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses must be considered carefully before investing. The prospectus and summary prospectus contain this and other important information about the Fund, and may be obtained by calling 888-854-8181 or visiting www.revenueshares.com. Read the prospectus and summary prospectuses carefully before investing. Foreside Fund Services, LLC, Distributor.

An investment in the Funds is subject to investment risk, including the possible loss of principal amount invested. Fund returns may not match the return of their respective Index, known as non-correlation risk, due to operating expenses incurred by the Fund. The alternative weighting approach employed by the Fund (i.e., using revenues as a weighting measure), while designed to enhance potential returns, may not produce the desired results. The risks associated with each specific fund are detailed in the prospectus and could include factors such as increased volatility risk, small and medium capitalization stock risk, concentration risk, non-diversification risk, financials sector risk, American Depositary Receipt risk, currency exchange risk, foreign market risk, growth style investing risk, portfolio turnover risk, and/or special risks of exchange-traded funds.

The Fund’s per share net asset value or “NAV” is the value of one share of the Fund as calculated in accordance with the standard formula for valuing mutual fund shares. The NAV return is based on the NAV of the Fund and the market return is based on the market price per share of the Fund. The price used to calculate market return (“Market Price” or “MP”) is determined by using the midpoint between the highest bid and the lowest offer on the primary stock exchange on which the shares of the Fund are listed for trading when the fund’s NAV is calculated at market close. Market and NAV returns assume that dividends and capital gain distributions have been reinvested in the Fund at Market Price and NAV, respectively.) Returns less than one year are cumulative.

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Investment products offered are: Not FDIC Insured • No Bank Guarantee • May Lose Value

The dividend yield of a share is the company's total annual dividend payments divided by its market capitalization, or the dividend per share, divided by the price per share.