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For Wrap Program information please contact MPI. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Returns will fluctuate due to market conditions and investors may experience a loss. This is not a solicitation to invest in MPI Investment Advisory Services. MPI advisor services may or may not meet your investment goals and any consideration of such services should be discussed with your broker, attorney, accountant or other professional consultant. Statistical data is obtained from the composite and are reflective of a new portfolio constructed today. Dividend Yield is presented Gross of Fees. This information must be accompanied by MPI Investment Management, Inc.’s form ADV Part 2A & 2B which may be obtained on MPI Investment Management’s website, www.mpi-invest.com, or by contacting our offices at 15 Salt Creek Lane, Suite 404., Hinsdale, IL 60521. Ph: 800-237-0930. The representative allocation may vary significantly from client to client based on individual goals and objectives which in turn may adversely impact portfolio return.
MPI’s Dividend Equity composite is a taxable long-term capital appreciation portfolio investing in large cap dividend paying equity securities. The Firm as used above refers to MPI Investment Management, Inc. MPI Investment Management, Inc. is an independent investment management firm established in 1986. MPI Investment Management, Inc. manages a variety of Equity, Fixed Income, and Balanced assets for primarily U.S. Clients. MPI Investment Management, Inc. claims compliance with the Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS) and has prepared and presented this report in compliance with the GIPS standards. MPI Investment Management, Inc. has not been independently verified. MPI Investment Management’s Dividend Equity composite does not use leveraged inverse ETF’s and/or funds, derivatives, or short positions. MPI’s Dividend Equity composite is composed of6% “carve-out” assets as of December 31, 2016. The Benchmark used is the S&P 500. The S&P 500 index is a capitalization-weighted index of 500 stocks. The index is designed to measure performance of the broad domestic economy through changes in the aggregate market value of 500 stocks representing all major industries. Annualized composite return since inception = 15.26 percent (Net of Fees); annualized benchmark return for the same period = 12.47 percent. Valuations and returns are computed and stated in U.S. Dollars. The dispersion of annual returns is measured by the standard deviation across asset-weighted portfolio returns represented within the composite for the full year. First wrap fee portfolio entered composite April 2016 and as of December 31, 2016 59% of composite assets participate in wrap programs. Wrap fees consist of transaction costs, third party consulting fees and management fees. Performance returns are presented both gross and net of management fees and net of all transaction fees and include the reinvestment of income and dividends. Gross of fee calculations on all Wrap/SMA accounts do not include the deduction of transaction costs and are “pure gross”. Gross of fees returns for non-wrap accounts are net of all transaction cost. The composite was created in December 2010. It includes all portfolios in the Dividend Equity strategy and are under management for at least one month with no investment restrictions. Trade date accounting is used. There has been no change of personnel involved in the management of this composite. A complete list of firm composites and performance results is available upon request. Gross annual returns will be reduced by investment management fees and other expenses that may be incurred in the management of the account including but not limited to withholding tax. The management fee schedule is as follows: Less than $1,000,000= 1.25%, $1,000,001-$5,000,000 = 1.00%, $5,000,001 and over = 0.75%. All portfolios included in composite have valuation dates corresponding with the typical calendar year. Detailed criteria that determine the allocation of portfolios to composites is available upon request. Additional information regarding policies for valuing portfolios, calculating and reporting performance and preparing compliant presentations are available upon request. The three year annualized standard deviation measures the variability of the composite and the benchmark returns over the preceding 36 month period. The standard deviation is not presented for 2011 through 2012 because 36 months of returns were not available.
The Morningstar Rating for separate accounts, commonly called the star rating, is a measure of a separate account’s risk-adjusted return, relative to other separate accounts in the same Morningstar Category. Separate accounts are rated from 1 to 5 stars, with the best performers receiving 5 stars and the worst performers receiving 1 star. Separate accounts are rated for up to three periods (three, five, and 10 years), and ratings are recalculated each quarter. The Morningstar Rating for separate accounts uses an enhanced risk-adjusted return measure, which accounts for all variations in a separate account’s monthly performance, with more emphasis on downward variation. Separate accounts are ranked against others in the same category and stars are assigned as follows: Top 10% 5 stars, Next 22.5% 4 stars, Middle 35% 3 stars, Next 22.5% 2 stars, Bottom 10% 1 star.