NEW CLIENT CURRENT PORTFOLIO
High Income Model
as of May 31, 2012
Distribution 5 Year Morningstar 1 Year 3 Year 5 Year 10 Year
Symbols Yield Rating Average Average Average Average
AHXYZ 7.75% 3 Star 0.69% 15.34% 4.92% 7.91%
BJXYZ 7.06% 5 Star -2.03% 13.03% 6.29%
OSXYZ 5.68% 5 Star 3.78% 10.52% 6.81%
PRXYZ 6.42% 5 Star 8.22% 15.99% 7.48% 11.04%
FMXYZ 5.27% 5 Star 9.01% 13.99% 8.73% 11.60%
MWXYZ 7.36% 5 Star -1.32% 13.23% 7.19%
WHXYZ 7.56% 5 Star 7.13% 15.85% 8.55% 8.77%
Average 6.73% 4.71 Star 3.64% 13.99% 7.14% 9.83%
S&P 500 -0.41% 14.92% -0.92% 4.14%
Portfolio plus or minus the S&P 500 4.05% -0.93% 8.06% 5.69%
(1) American Elite Retirement LLC utilizes no load equity mutual funds in the management of its fund portfolios. Analysis of more than
10,000 mutual funds for such information as management tenure, historical rates of return, Beta1, and Morningstar rankings2, as well as
expenses and 12B-1 fees are considered. The funds referenced above are representative of no load equity mutual funds that American
Elite Retirement LLC has included in implementing its fund management strategy.
(2 )In order to protect the proprietary mutual fund management of American Elite Retirement LLC, a Registered Investment Adviser, an
abbreviated symbol is used in place of fund name.
(3 American Elite Retirement LLC assumes that all funds were equally weighted at all times. 5 & 10 Year Average is based equally only on
those funds with a 5 & 10 year track record.
(4) This is a historical review of the mutual funds in the current portfolio and does not guarantee that these funds will perform well in a
poor stock market or bear market. Investors can lose money with these funds or any funds subsequently added to the portfolio.
(5) American Elite Retirement LLC utilizes the S&P 500 Index3 in fund comparisons.
(6) A new account with less than $50,000 may not include all mutual funds due to the minimum investment requirements of a particular
(7) The initial Beta or risk rating could be higher or lower for accounts less than $50,000.
1Beta is the measure of a particular stock’s volatility in relation to the entire stock market or S&P 500. The Beta for the S&P is 1.0. A
stock with a Beta less than 1 means it’s generally less volatile, whereas a stock with a Beta greater than 1 is generally more volatile, and
has more risk.
2An independent third party mutual fund advisor.
3A market-weighted index of leading companies in leading industries (dominated by large-capitalization companies). A widely use
barometer of U.S. stock market performance.