The investment objective of the Leader Short-Term Bond Fund is to deliver a high level of current income, with a secondary objective of capital appreciation.
The investment objective of the Total Return Fund is to seek income and capital appreciation to produce a high total return.
An investor should consider the Fund's investment objective, risks, charges and expenses carefully before investing. The Prospectus contains this and other important information about the Fund. For a current Prospectus, call 800-269-8810 or click here. Please read the prospectus carefully before investing.
Oil Update: Leader Capital Believes fair value of oil to be $66 by end of Q3
July 21st, 2016
Since our last call in June, may of the supply disruptions have come back online (Canadian Wildfires, Nigerian rebels, and Western Europe's continued issues with production.)
Short & Sweet: Leader Capital believes that the markets will correct 15% this summer. Reiterates positive outlook on commodities.
July 11th, 2016
We want to reiterate our view from our April 2016 Webinar that the markets will correct 15-20% this summer. We are seeing the beginning stages of that move post Brexit.
Oil Update: Leader Capital Believes oil at $77 by July 2016
June 8th, 2016
The oil markets continue to rebalance towards equilibrium. We are updating our oil call to reflect this change in the oil landscape with oil nearing parity much faster than expected.
Goldman Sachs Agrees With Leader Capital on Oil Spread Parity
May 18th, 2016
The oil market was oversupplied in 1Q16, but Goldman Sachs believes that the market has likely shifted into a deficit in May.
Leader Capital Hires Ethan Lai to join Portfolio Management Team
May 2nd, 2016
Leader Capital Corp has hired Ethan Lai as a Fixed Income Analyst. Prior to joining the firm, Ethan worked as an analyst in the investment management division of Goldman Sachs and before that, as an analyst at SunTrust Robinson Humphrey in their fixed income research group.
Leader Capital Weekly: What Are the Investment Implications of negative Yields?
March 2nd, 2016
Negative yields on bonds are no longer unicorns. In Switzerland, German, Denmark and several other European countries, government bonds are trading at negative nominal yields.