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As of 05/21/2024

Price

Aum/Mkt Cap

YIELD

Annualized forward dividend yield. Multiplies the most recent dividend payout amount by its frequency and divides by the previous close price.

Exp Ratio

Expense ratio is the fund’s total annual operating expenses, including management fees, distribution fees, and other expenses, expressed as a percentage of average net assets.

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Inspire 500 ETF

PTL | ETF

$201.18

$121 M

0.00%

-

Vitals

YTD Return

N/A

1 yr return

N/A

3 Yr Avg Return

N/A

5 Yr Avg Return

N/A

Net Assets

$121 M

Holdings in Top 10

N/A

52 WEEK LOW AND HIGH

$201.8
$189.55
$202.51

Expenses

OPERATING FEES

Expense Ratio N/A

SALES FEES

Front Load N/A

Deferred Load N/A

TRADING FEES

Turnover N/A

Redemption Fee N/A


Min Investment

Standard (Taxable)

N/A

IRA

N/A


Fund Classification

Fund Type

Exchange Traded Fund


Name

As of 05/21/2024

Price

Aum/Mkt Cap

YIELD

Annualized forward dividend yield. Multiplies the most recent dividend payout amount by its frequency and divides by the previous close price.

Exp Ratio

Expense ratio is the fund’s total annual operating expenses, including management fees, distribution fees, and other expenses, expressed as a percentage of average net assets.

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Inspire 500 ETF

PTL | ETF

$201.18

$121 M

0.00%

-

PTL - Profile

Distributions

  • YTD Total Return N/A
  • 3 Yr Annualized Total Return N/A
  • 5 Yr Annualized Total Return N/A
  • Capital Gain Distribution Frequency N/A
  • Net Income Ratio N/A
DIVIDENDS
  • Dividend Yield 0.0%
  • Dividend Distribution Frequency None

Fund Details

  • Legal Name
    Inspire 500 ETF
  • Fund Family Name
    Anchor Funds
  • Inception Date
    Mar 26, 2024
  • Shares Outstanding
    N/A
  • Share Class
    N/A
  • Currency
    USD
  • Domiciled Country
    US

Fund Description

Principal Investment Strategies: The Fund generally invests at least 80% of its total assets in the component securities of the 500 Index. Inspire Investing, LLC (the “Adviser” or “Index Provider”), the Fund’s index provider (and also the Fund’s investment adviser) selects domestic large capitalization equity securities using the index provider’s Inspire Impact Score™, a proprietary selection methodology that is designed to assign a score to a particular security based on the security’s alignment with biblical values and the positive impact that company has on its customers, communities, workplace and the world. The Adviser defines large capitalization companies to be those that are the largest 10% of the U.S. equity market.

The Inspire Impact Score™ is a proprietary selection methodology that is designed to assign a score to a particular security based on the security’s alignment with biblical values and the positive impact the issuing company has on the world. Utilizing specifically identified, publicly available and/or third-party sources, the Inspire Impact Score™ methodology endeavors to assign negative scores to and exclude companies from the investment universe if they are found in violation of specified categories that do not align with biblical values, and seeks to assign positive scores to companies which Inspire has not found to be in violation of the specified exclusionary categories.

It is not possible for Inspire to be aware of every action a company takes, and there may be additional positive or problematic activities which a company engages in that are beyond what is included in the Inspire Impact Score™ calculation. The Inspire Impact Score™ is not meant to include all activities, whether public or private, of each company scored, but rather to assign a score to companies based on the data Inspire has found from the specified publicly available sources and/or third-party data providers. The Inspire Impact Score™ represents Inspire’s viewpoint on the biblical alignment of scored investments, and other investors may have different opinions about what should or should not be considered a violation. Inspire seeks to update Inspire Impact Scores™ in a timely fashion at regular intervals, but due to differences in research schedules, corporate engagement efforts and data publication timing, a company’s Inspire Impact Score™ may not immediately reflect all known data as soon as it is researched.

The specific exclusionary categories deemed to not be in alignment with biblical values and which the Inspire Impact Score™ seeks to assign negative scores and exclude from the investment universe are as follows:

Abortifacients - Companies which produce or distribute abortifacient drugs (pharmaceuticals used to terminate a pregnancy anytime from the moment of conception onward, including those labeled as “contraceptives” but which may cause a fertilized egg to be destroyed).
Abortion Legislation - Companies that have signed Planned Parenthood’s “Don’t Ban Equality” and/or “Don’t Ban Equality in Texas” Statement(s) to pledge support for legalizing abortion access and to oppose legislative bans on abortion access.
Abortion Philanthropy - Companies which engage in corporate-guided philanthropy to Center for American Progress, Women and Their Bodies, and/or Pathfinder, which advocate for abortion access (seeks to exclude donations from employee matching programs, employee resource groups, donor-advised funds, and foundations). *Note: Philanthropy to Planned Parenthood, a widely known abortion access advocate, is not included, because their corporate donor list is no longer publicly available following the backlash over undercover video which implicated Planned Parenthood in the illegal sale of aborted baby organs and other body parts.
Abortion Services - Companies that own and operate one or more medical facilities that provides abortion procedures at any stage of pregnancy.
Abortion Travel - Companies that offer employee travel benefits which allow employee access to abortion services at any stage of pregnancy.
Alcohol - Companies that produce at least one alcoholic beverage or exclusively distribute alcoholic beverages.
Cannabis Cultivation/Processing - Companies that cultivate or process cannabis for retail or wholesale distribution.
Cannabis (Retail THC) - Companies that produce or distribute retail cannabis products containing THC (which is the psychoactive component of cannabis).
Embryonic Stem Cells - Companies that perform research on or produce products using embryonic stem cells, companies that provide embryonic stem cells to other entities and companies that utilize propagated stem cell lines which originally derived from embryonic stem cells.
Exploitation - Companies that contribute towards the unlawful and immoral practices of exploiting individuals for labor or sexual purposes, according to the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE).
Gambling - Companies that generate revenue from gambling facilities, products, and/or services (not including third-party stores which offer Lottery services).
In Vitro Fertilization - Companies that offer in vitro fertilization services or manufacture equipment specifically for the purpose of in vitro fertilization procedures.
LGBT Activism - Companies earning an above-average rating according to an annual self-reported survey conducted by a national LGBT advocacy organization, which rates companies based on their corporate LGBT activism across several areas, including philanthropy, corporate policy, marketing efforts, and legislative support. The average score is calculated from the scores of the Fortune 500 companies that participated in the annual survey.
Pornography - Companies that produce or distribute pornography. This category includes all media types, such as film, print and online. Also included are companies that produce AO (Adult Only) rated video games that contain pornographic content.
State Owned Enterprise - Companies who are owned and/or controlled by a Nation State/government of a country excluded from investment due to significant human rights violations of the following nature (as provided by U.S. Department of State): freedom of religion, sexual exploitation of children, trafficking in persons (Tier 3 only), and/or predominantly governed by Sharia Law. This category includes situations where the State has veto power or a “golden share” is owned by the State or State-controlled agency. The current countries excluded from investment due to significant human rights violations are China, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Russia, Iran, Pakistan, Malaysia, and Vietnam.
Tobacco - Companies that derive revenue from producing or exclusively distributing tobacco products.

In addition to excluding companies involved in the preceding categories, Inspire also excludes investment from companies engaged in the following categories, though they do not constitute a negative Inspire Impact Score™:

Contraceptives (Barrier) - Companies that produce barrier-type contraceptives, such as condoms and diaphragms, which prevent pregnancy by creating a physical barrier (rather than hormonal or chemical means).
Weapons (Civilian) - Companies who manufacture firearms for civilian use.
Weapons (Military) - Companies who manufacture weapons for military use (this category does not include maintenance, repair, and operation (MRO) companies).

The specific biblical alignment categories, which the Inspire Impact Score™ seeks to assign positive scores for (to companies not found to be in violation of the previously mentioned exclusionary categories), are as follows:

Air Quality: Companies who responsibly address and manage the impact of air quality resulting from stationary (e.g., factories, power plants) and mobile sources (e.g., trucks, delivery vehicles, planes) as well as industrial emissions (does not include GHG emissions). Category data provided by FactSet.
Business Ethics: Companies who intentionally manage risks and opportunities surrounding ethical conduct of business, including fraud, corruption, bias, negligence, bribery, facilitation payments, fiduciary responsibilities, and other behavior that may have an ethical component. Category data provided by FactSet.
Business Resilience: Companies who display a capacity to manage risks and opportunities associated with incorporating social, environmental, and political transitions into long-term business model planning despite operating in industries where evolving environmental and social realities challenge their current business approach. Category data provided by FactSet.
Critical Risk Management: Companies who display responsible use of management systems and scenario planning to identify, understand, and prevent or minimize the occurrence of low-probability, high-impact accidents, and emergencies with significant probable consequences, taking into consideration the potential human, environmental, and social implications, as well as the long-term ramifications for the company. Category data provided by FactSet.
Customer Privacy: Companies who responsibly address risks related to the use of personally identifiable information (PII) and other user/customer data for secondary purposes including, but not limited, to marketing through affiliates and non-affiliates, data collecting procedures, managing user/customer expectations, consent processes and compliance with evolving regulation (does not include cybersecurity risks). Category data provided by FactSet.
Customer Welfare: Companies who responsibly address customer welfare concerns over issues including, but not limited to, health and nutrition of foods and beverages, antibiotic use in animal production, and management of controlled substances. Category data provided by FactSet.
Data Security: Companies who responsibly address management of risks related to collection, retention, and use of sensitive, confidential, and/or proprietary customer or user data, as well as strategic policies for incidents such as data breaches. Category data provided by FactSet.
Employee Wellbeing: Companies who responsibly address their ability to create and maintain a safe and healthy workplace environment that is free of injuries, fatalities, and illness (both chronic and acute) through the implementation of safety management plans, training requirements, regular audits of internal practices, and systematized monitoring and testing. Category data provided by FactSet.
Energy Management: Companies that conscientiously manage the environmental impacts linked to their energy consumption used in their business operations. Category data provided by FactSet.
Environmental Risk Mitigation: Companies who display the ability to manage risks and opportunities associated with direct exposure of their owned or controlled assets and operations as they pertain to the potential or actual physical impacts of environmental factors, including factors such as the increased frequency and severity of extreme weather, shifting climate, sea level change, and other expected physical impacts. Category data provided by FactSet.
Ethical Labor Practices: Companies that responsibly ensure adherence to widely accepted labor standards within the workplace. This encompasses compliance with labor laws and internationally recognized norms and standards, including fundamental human rights and the prohibition of child, forced, or bonded labor, as well as exploitative labor practices. Category data provided by FactSet.
Ethical Sales Practices: Companies that responsibly handle social issues arising from inadequately managing the transparency, accuracy, and comprehensibility of marketing statements, advertising, and product/service labeling. Category data provided by FactSet.
Ethical Supply Chain Management: Companies that responsibly address the management of risks within their supply chain and handle issues associated with environmental and social externalities created by suppliers through their operational activities. Such issues include, but are not limited to, environmental responsibility, human rights, labor practices, ethics, and corruption. Category data provided by FactSet.
Fair Competition: Companies who conscientiously manage issues associated with the existence of monopolies, which may include, but are not limited to, excessive prices, poor quality of service, and inefficiencies. Category data provided by FactSet.
GHG Emissions: Companies who responsibly address direct (Scope 1) greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions they may generate through their operations, which includes GHG emissions from stationary (e.g., factories, power plants) or mobile sources (e.g., trucks, delivery vehicles, planes). The seven GHGs covered under the Kyoto Protocol are included within the category: carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O), hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), perfluorocarbons (PFCs), sulfur hexafluoride (SF6), and nitrogen trifluoride (NF3). Category data provided by FactSet.
Hiring Ethics: Companies who responsibly address their ability to ensure culture, hiring, and promotion practices do not discriminate based on race, gender, ethnicity, religion, and other factors. Category data provided by FactSet.
Human Rights: Companies who responsibly manage the relationship between their business and the communities in which they operate, including, but not limited to, management of direct and indirect impacts on core human rights, the treatment of indigenous peoples, and the impact of local businesses. Category data provided by FactSet.
Low Ecological Impact: Companies demonstrating conscientious knowledge and management of their impact on ecosystems and biodiversity through activities including, but not limited to, land use for exploration, natural resource extraction, and cultivation, as well as project development, construction, and siting. Category data provided by FactSet.
Materials Efficiency: Companies who responsibly address issues related to the resilience of materials supply chains to impacts of climate change and other external environmental and social factors, including, but not limited to, product design, manufacturing, end-of-life management, reduction of key material usage, maximizing planning efficiency, and R&D material diversity. Category data provided by FactSet.
Product Safety: Companies who responsibly address issues involving unintended characteristics of products sold or services provided that may create health or safety risks to end-users, meet customer expectations, manage liability concerns, product testing, and intentionally acknowledge recalls or market withdraws. Category data provided by FactSet.
Product Sustainability: Companies who conscientiously acknowledge the characteristics of products and services provided or sold and address customer and societal demand for more sustainable products and services as well as meet evolving environmental and social regulations. Category data provided by FactSet.
Regulatory Adherence: Companies who responsibly engage with regulators in cases where conflicting corporate and public interests may have the potential for long-term adverse direct or indirect environmental and social impacts and display their level of reliance on regulatory policy or monetary incentives while acknowledging the necessity of regulatory compliance within a competitive business environment. Category data provided by FactSet.
Systemic Risk Management: Companies who responsibly manage systemic risks resulting from large-scale weakening or collapse of systems upon which the economy and society depend, such as financial systems, natural resource systems, and technological systems. Category data provided by FactSet.
Waste & Hazmat Management: Companies who responsibly address environmental issues associated with the hazardous and non-hazardous waste they generate and the treatment, handling, storage, disposal, and regulatory compliance. Category data provided by FactSet.
Water Conservation: Companies who conscientiously manage their water use, water consumption, wastewater generation, water recycling, water treatment, and any other operations pertaining to water resources, which may be influenced by regional differences in the availability and quality of and competition for water resources. Category data provided by FactSet.

The Index Provider uses software that analyzes publicly available data relating to the primary business activities, products and services, philanthropy, legal activities, policies and practices when assigning Inspire Impact Scores™ to a company. The 500 largest US securities without a negative Inspire Impact Score™ are included in the 500 Index and are market capitalization weighted so that components with higher market values have a higher weighting in the 500 Index. The Inspire Impact Scores™ of the securities in the 500 Index are reviewed at least annually for activities that would cause it to be removed from the investment universe due to participation in the activities described above that do not align with biblical values, and the 500 Index is rebalanced annually. If, upon review, the Inspire

Impact Score™ of a security falls below the threshold level for inclusion in the 500 Index, the security is removed from the Index and replaced with a higher scoring security. A security with a score of zero—indicating that the issuer has no violations to merit a negative score, but there is insufficient data to assess a positive score—may be included in the 500 Index if it meets all other criteria set forth in the 500 Index’s proprietary methodology.

The Fund may or may not hold all of the securities in the 500 Index because, in certain circumstances, it may not be possible or practicable to purchase all of the securities in the 500 Index in their proportionate weightings. In that case, the Adviser may purchase a sample of the securities in the 500 Index to track the 500 Index. This is known as “representative sampling.” “Representative sampling” is an indexing strategy that involves investing in a representative sample of securities that collectively has an investment profile similar to that of an applicable underlying index. The securities selected are expected to have, in the aggregate, investment characteristics, fundamental characteristics and liquidity measures similar to those of an underlying index.

The Fund may concentrate its investments in a particular industry or group of industries to the extent that the 500 Index concentrates in an industry or group of industries.

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PTL - Performance

Return Ranking - Trailing

Period PTL Return Category Return Low Category Return High Rank in Category (%)
YTD N/A N/A N/A N/A
1 Yr N/A N/A N/A N/A
3 Yr N/A* N/A N/A N/A
5 Yr N/A* N/A N/A N/A
10 Yr N/A* N/A N/A N/A

* Annualized

Return Ranking - Calendar

Period PTL Return Category Return Low Category Return High Rank in Category (%)
2023 N/A N/A N/A N/A
2022 N/A N/A N/A N/A
2021 N/A N/A N/A N/A
2020 N/A N/A N/A N/A
2019 N/A N/A N/A N/A

Total Return Ranking - Trailing

Period PTL Return Category Return Low Category Return High Rank in Category (%)
YTD N/A N/A N/A N/A
1 Yr N/A N/A N/A N/A
3 Yr N/A* N/A N/A N/A
5 Yr N/A* N/A N/A N/A
10 Yr N/A* N/A N/A N/A

* Annualized

Total Return Ranking - Calendar

Period PTL Return Category Return Low Category Return High Rank in Category (%)
2023 N/A N/A N/A N/A
2022 N/A N/A N/A N/A
2021 N/A N/A N/A N/A
2020 N/A N/A N/A N/A
2019 N/A N/A N/A N/A

PTL - Holdings

Concentration Analysis

PTL Category Low Category High PTL % Rank
Net Assets 121 M N/A N/A N/A
Number of Holdings N/A N/A N/A N/A
Net Assets in Top 10 N/A N/A N/A N/A
Weighting of Top 10 N/A N/A N/A N/A

Top 10 Holdings

Asset Allocation

Weighting Return Low Return High PTL % Rank
Stocks
0.00% N/A N/A N/A
Preferred Stocks
0.00% N/A N/A N/A
Other
0.00% N/A N/A N/A
Convertible Bonds
0.00% N/A N/A N/A
Cash
0.00% N/A N/A N/A
Bonds
0.00% N/A N/A N/A

PTL - Expenses

Operational Fees

PTL Fees (% of AUM) Category Return Low Category Return High Rank in Category (%)
Expense Ratio N/A N/A N/A N/A
Management Fee 0.09% N/A N/A N/A
12b-1 Fee N/A N/A N/A N/A
Administrative Fee N/A N/A N/A N/A

Sales Fees

PTL Fees (% of AUM) Category Return Low Category Return High Rank in Category (%)
Front Load N/A N/A N/A N/A
Deferred Load N/A N/A N/A N/A

Trading Fees

PTL Fees (% of AUM) Category Return Low Category Return High Rank in Category (%)
Max Redemption Fee N/A N/A N/A N/A

Related Fees

Turnover provides investors a proxy for the trading fees incurred by mutual fund managers who frequently adjust position allocations. Higher turnover means higher trading fees.

PTL Fees (% of AUM) Category Return Low Category Return High Rank in Category (%)
Turnover N/A N/A N/A N/A

PTL - Distributions

Dividend Yield Analysis

PTL Category Low Category High PTL % Rank
Dividend Yield 0.00% N/A N/A N/A

Dividend Distribution Analysis

PTL Category Low Category High Category Mod
Dividend Distribution Frequency None

Net Income Ratio Analysis

PTL Category Low Category High PTL % Rank
Net Income Ratio N/A N/A N/A N/A

Capital Gain Distribution Analysis

PTL Category Low Category High Capital Mode
Capital Gain Distribution Frequency

Distributions History

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PTL - Fund Manager Analysis

Tenure Analysis

Category Low Category High Category Average Category Mode
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