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By taking a future-looking approach to dividend analysis, investors can seek to outperform the market by investing in the healthiest companies on the market.

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DIVY does not generate dividend income, and is not appropriate for investors seeking dividend income.

DIVY seeks to produce long-term capital appreciation. Unlike more traditional products, the Fund does not seek returns based on appreciation in the stock market price of equity securities. This means that the returns on your Fund investment are not intended to correlate to the returns of the overall stock market (for example, the value of your Fund investment may go down when overall equity markets go up, or vice versa). LEAD seeks long-term capital appreciation by tracking the performance, before fees and expenses, of the Reality Shares DIVCON Leaders Dividend Index (the “Benchmark Index”). DFND seeks long-term capital appreciation by tracking the performance, before fees and expenses, of the Reality Shares DIVCON Dividend Defender Index (the “Benchmark Index”). GARD seeks long-term capital appreciation by tracking the performance, before fees and expenses, of the Reality Shares DIVCON Dividend Guard Index (the “Benchmark Index”).

Definitions:
Free cash flow: A measure of a company’s excess cash after capital expenditures
Buyback: A corporate action when a company repurchases a quantity of its outstanding shares to reduce the total number of shares in the open market
Altman z-score: A credit-strength measurement that assesses a company’s likelihood of bankruptcy.
Source: S&P 500 Monthly Price Return Upside/Downside Capture Ratio by Dividend Growth from Jan. 1, 1973, to Dec. 31, 2015. Source Bloomberg, Compustat, S&P Capital IQ, Reality Shares Research as of 12/31/2015. Past performance does not guarantee future results. Dividends are not guaranteed and a company’s abilities to pay dividends may be limited. A company currently paying dividends may cease paying at any time
Data from 1/1/30 – 12/31/16; Source: Ned Davis Research, Inc.
Data from 1/1/30 – 12/31/16; Source: Ned Davis Research, Inc. Low Growth periods are defined as period with a combination of sluggish economic growth, rising inflation, increasing oil prices, and high unemployment.

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