An investment in Lynx should not be regarded as a separate alternative to an investment in a conventional equity or fixed income fund. Lynx should instead be used as an instrument for diversifying the risk of a portfolio. An investment in Lynx should only constitute a small part of an investor’s total portfolio of financial investments.
The portfolio managers’ aim is that an investment in Lynx should provide good performance over time. However, in the shorter term it is impossible to forecast the performance. An investor should therefore regard an investment in Lynx as a long-term investment, and have an investment horizon of at least two years.
Investing in mutual funds always entails taking a risk. The capital invested in a mutual fund can increase in value, but equally it can decline, and investors risk losing all or part of the invested capital. Historic returns are no guarantee of future returns. Lynx Asset Management cannot guarantee that an investment in Lynx will not decline in value.