Model Disclosure

DJ Wealth Systems, LLC is a registered investment adviser. Information presented herein is for educational purposes only and does not intend to make an offer or solicitation for the sale or purchase of any specific securities, investments, or investment strategies. Investments involve risk and unless otherwise stated, are not guaranteed.

Readers of the information contained on this DJWS Yield+  strategy overview should be aware that any action taken by the viewer/reader based on this information is taken at their own risk. This information does not address individual situations and should not be construed or viewed as any typed of individual or group recommendation.

The performance shown represents only the results of DJ Wealth Systems, LLC’s model portfolios for the relevant time period and do not represent the results of actual trading of investor assets.  Model portfolio performance is the result of the application of DJ Wealth Systems, LLC’s proprietary investment process. Model performance has inherent limitations. The results are theoretical and do not reflect any investor’s actual experience with owning, trading or managing an actual investment account. Thus, the performance shown does not reflect the impact that material economic and market factors had or might have had on decision making if actual investor money had been managed.

Model portfolio performance is shown net of a sample model advisory fee of 60 basis points per annum.  Performance does not reflect the deduction of other fees or expenses, including but not limited to brokerage fees, custodial fees and fees and expenses charged by mutual funds and other investment companies.  The data used to calculate the model performance was obtained from sources deemed reliable and then organized and presented by DJ Wealth Systems, LLC.

Back-tested Performance Disclosure Statement

The performance indicated for the model portfolios is back-tested. Back-tested performance is NOT an indicator of future actual results. There are limitations inherent in hypothetical results particularly that the performance results do not represent the results of actual trading using client assets but were achieved by means of retroactive application of a back-tested model that was designed with the benefit of hindsight. The results reflect performance of a strategy not historically offered to investors and do NOT represent returns that any investor actually achieved. Back-tested results are calculated by the retroactive application of a model constructed on the basis of historical data and based on assumptions integral to the model which may or may not be testable and are subject to losses.

Specifically, back-tested results do not reflect actual trading, or the effect of material economic and market factors on the decision making process, or the skill of the adviser. Since trades have not actually been executed, results may have under- or over-compensated for the impact, if any, of certain market factors, such as lack of liquidity, and may not reflect the impact that certain economic or market factors may have had on the decision-making process. Further, back-testing allows the security selection methodology to be adjusted until past returns are maximized. Actual performance may differ significantly from back-tested performance.

The performance calculations have not been audited by any third party. Actual performance of client portfolios may differ materially due to the timing related to additional client deposits or withdrawals and the actual deployment and investment of a client portfolio, the length of time various positions are held, the client’s objectives and restrictions, and fees and expenses incurred by any specific individual portfolio.

Benchmarks: The DJWS Yield+ performance results shown are compared to the performance of a model portfolio consisting of a Blended 50%/50% investment in the S&P 500 Index with all applicable dividends reinvested and the Barclay’s US Aggregate Bond Index.  Results are also compared to the performance of the Barclay’s US Aggregate Bond Index on its own.  The index results do not reflect fees and expenses and you typically cannot invest in an index.

Return Comparison: The S&P 500 was chosen for comparison as it is generally well recognized as an indicator or representation of the stock market in general and includes a cross section of equity holdings while the Barclay’s US Aggregate Bond Index was chosen as it is generally well recognized as the broadest based US treasury total return index.

The results do not represent actual trading and actual results may significantly differ from the theoretical results presented.