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Be Bold, Be Bad

It's Time to Capitalize on Being BAD

Welcome to BAD, the ETF defined by the Betting, Alcohol & Drug industries.

The B.A.D. ETF (BAD) is a large cap fund designed to track the EQM BAD Index (BADIDX), which tracks price movements of a portfolio of U.S. listed companies with exposure to the following B.A.D. market segments: Betting, Alcohol, Cannabis, and Drugs (Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology).

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Fund Data & Pricing

Date as of Market Close on 01/18/2022

$ 13.84

Market Close Price

$7.6M

Net Assets

-0.15

Premium / discount

$13.82

NAV

550,000

Shares outstanding

0.79

Median 30 Day Spread

- %

30 Day SEC Yield*

Fund Details

As of 12/31/2021

12/22/21

Fund Inception

BAD

Ticker

NYSE

Primary Exchange

53656F235

CUSIP

57

Fund Holdings

BAD.NV

NAV Symbol

Indexed

Management Style

Quarterly

Rebalance Frequency

0.75%

Expense Ratio

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Past performance is not indicative of future results. You cannot invest directly in an index. Index performance does not represent actual fund or portfolio performance. A fund or portfolio may differ significantly from the securities included in the index. Index performance assumes reinvestment of dividends but does not reflect any management fees, transaction costs, brokerage commissions on transactions. Such fees, expense and commissions would reduce returns.

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Date as of 01/03/2021

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Inception
2021
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Market Price (%)
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The cumulative data quoted represents past performance. Past performance does not guarantee future results. The investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate so that an investor’s shares, when sold or redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost and current performance may be lower or higher than the performance quoted. Performance current to the most recent month-end can be obtained by calling 833.333.9383.

Short-term performance, in particular, is not a good indication of the fund’s future performance, and an investment should not be made based solely on returns. Market price is the price at which shares in the ETF can be bought or sold on the exchanges during trading hours, while the net asset value (NAV) represents the value of each share’s portion of the fund’s underlying assets and cash at the end of the trading day.

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Subject to change

Date
Account
Stock Ticker
C U S I P
Security Name
Shares
Price
Market Value
Weightings
Net Assets
Shares Outstanding
Creation Units
Money Market Flag
01/21/2022
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ABBV
00287Y109
ABBVIE INC
1,001
$133.03
$133,163.03
1.75%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
ABEV
02319V103
AMBEV SA
72,671
$2.65
$192,578.15
2.53%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
ACB
05156X884
AURORA CANNABIS INC
31,080
$4.75
$147,630.00
1.94%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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ACEL
00436Q106
ACCEL ENTERTAINMENT INC
10,453
$11.89
$124,286.17
1.63%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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AMGN
031162100
AMGEN INC
584
$228.90
$133,677.60
1.76%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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AZN
046353108
ASTRAZENECA PLC
2,259
$60.17
$135,924.03
1.79%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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BALY
05875B106
BALLYS CORPORATION
3,516
$29.36
$103,229.76
1.36%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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BF/B
115637209
BROWN FORMAN CORP
2,765
$66.29
$183,291.85
2.41%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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BGNE
07725L102
BEIGENE LTD
407
$251.37
$102,307.59
1.34%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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BIIB
09062X103
BIOGEN INC
533
$225.91
$120,410.03
1.58%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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BMY
110122108
BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB CO
2,158
$64.58
$139,363.64
1.83%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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BNTX
09075V102
BIONTECH SE
440
$156.53
$68,873.20
0.90%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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BUD
03524A108
ANHEUSER BUSCH INBEV SA/NV
3,400
$65.59
$223,006.00
2.93%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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BYD
103304101
BOYD GAMING CORP
2,159
$57.72
$124,617.48
1.64%
$7,612,935.00
550000
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01/21/2022
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CCU
204429104
COMPANIA CERVECERIAS UNIDAS S SPONSORED ADR
11,799
$16.71
$197,161.29
2.59%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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CGC
138035100
CANOPY GROWTH CORP
19,135
$7.56
$144,660.60
1.90%
$7,612,935.00
550000
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01/21/2022
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CHDN
171484108
CHURCHILL DOWNS INC
589
$210.07
$123,731.23
1.63%
$7,612,935.00
550000
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01/21/2022
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CRON
22717L101
CRONOS GROUP INC
43,472
$3.57
$155,195.04
2.04%
$7,612,935.00
550000
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01/21/2022
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CZR
12769G100
CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT INC NEW COM
1,503
$76.98
$115,700.94
1.52%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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DEO
25243Q205
DIAGEO PLC
938
$204.45
$191,774.10
2.52%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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DKNG
26142R104
DRAFTKINGS INC
4,345
$20.67
$89,811.15
1.18%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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EVRI
30034T103
EVERI HLDGS INC
6,410
$19.10
$122,431.00
1.61%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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GDEN
381013101
GOLDEN ENTMT INC
2,895
$43.51
$125,961.45
1.65%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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GENI
G3934V109
GENIUS SPORTS LIMITED
16,765
$6.68
$111,990.20
1.47%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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GILD
375558103
GILEAD SCIENCES INC
1,784
$67.81
$120,973.04
1.59%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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GMAB
372303206
GENMAB A/S
3,151
$34.39
$108,362.89
1.42%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
GSK
37733W105
GLAXOSMITHKLINE PLC
2,900
$44.88
$130,152.00
1.71%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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IGT
G4863A108
INTERNATIONAL GAME TECHNOLOGY SHS USD
5,346
$26.75
$143,005.50
1.88%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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JNJ
478160104
JOHNSON & JOHNSON
749
$165.25
$123,772.25
1.63%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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LLY
532457108
LILLY ELI & CO
510
$243.13
$123,996.30
1.63%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
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LVS
517834107
LAS VEGAS SANDS CORP
3,583
$43.61
$156,254.63
2.05%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
MCRI
609027107
MONARCH CASINO & RESORT INC
1,960
$63.75
$124,950.00
1.64%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
MGM
552953101
MGM RESORTS INTERNATIONAL
3,236
$41.55
$134,455.80
1.77%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
MGPI
55303J106
MGP INGREDIENTS INC NEW
2,273
$77.87
$176,998.51
2.32%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
MLCO
585464100
MELCO RESORTS AND ENTMNT LTD ADR
13,098
$11.30
$148,007.40
1.94%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
MRK
58933Y105
MERCK & CO INC
1,720
$80.75
$138,890.00
1.82%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
MRNA
60770K107
MODERNA INC
455
$167.52
$76,221.60
1.00%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
NAPA
26414D106
DUCKHORN PORTFOLIO INC
9,455
$20.12
$190,234.60
2.50%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
NVO
670100205
NOVO-NORDISK A S
1,093
$95.46
$104,337.78
1.37%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
NVS
66987V109
NOVARTIS AG
1,543
$88.19
$136,077.17
1.79%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
PENN
707569109
PENN NATL GAMING INC
2,677
$41.93
$112,246.61
1.47%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
PFE
717081103
PFIZER INC
2,383
$54.05
$128,801.15
1.69%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
REGN
75886F107
REGENERON PHARMACEUTICALS
187
$614.38
$114,889.06
1.51%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
RRR
75700L108
RED ROCK RESORTS INC
2,753
$44.96
$123,774.88
1.63%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
RSI
782011100
RUSH STREET INTERACTIVE INC
7,821
$9.80
$76,645.80
1.01%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
SAM
100557107
BOSTON BEER INC
382
$453.76
$173,336.32
2.28%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
SGEN
81181C104
SEAGEN INC
855
$133.06
$113,766.30
1.49%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
SGMS
80874P109
SCIENTIFIC GAMES CORP
2,170
$57.77
$125,360.90
1.65%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
SNY
80105N105
SANOFI
2,624
$52.09
$136,684.16
1.80%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
SRAD
H8088L103
SPORTRADAR GROUP AG
7,576
$13.32
$100,912.32
1.33%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
STZ
21036P108
CONSTELLATION BRANDS INC
836
$243.40
$203,482.40
2.67%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
TAK
874060205
TAKEDA PHARMACEUTICAL CO LTD SPONSORED ADS
9,174
$14.40
$132,105.60
1.74%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
TAP
60871R209
MOLSON COORS BEVERAGE CO
4,283
$49.37
$211,451.71
2.78%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
TLRY
88688T100
TILRAY BRANDS INC
21,832
$5.92
$129,245.44
1.70%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
VRTX
92532F100
VERTEX PHARMACEUTICALS INC
596
$228.61
$136,251.56
1.79%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
WYNN
983134107
WYNN RESORTS LTD
1,559
$87.10
$135,788.90
1.78%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
 
01/21/2022
BAD
Cash&Other
Cash&Other
Cash & Other
10,258
$1.00
$10,257.72
0.13%
$7,612,935.00
550000
11
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Reasons to Invest in BAD

01

Growth Opportunity & Changing Trends

Expansion of Legalization in Betting & Cannabis may provide growth into new markets

New pharmaceutical developments are critical to the economy

Business-to-consumer trends has increased accessibility which may benefit each B.A.D. Industry

02

Potential for Attractive & Controlled Return

Diversification in 3 industries may reduce single industry or sector risk*.

Non-speculative, time tested products & industries

The B.A.D. Industries have demonstrated willingness to adapt to their consumers and grow through new developments and consumer trends

03

Rooted in History

Historically, B.A.D. industries have endured multiple economic cycles and demonstrated to be profitable businesses

Adapted and embraced political pressures and regulations to improve their business practices

If the past is any indicator for the future trends, consumers will continue to need medicines, consume alcohol, and gamble.

04

Minimal Technology Exposure

Technology & Growth stocks typically trades at higher multiples which has historically been negatively impacted in a rising interest rate environment that the Fed has recently indicated to moderate inflation.

05

COVID-19 Reopening

We believe the B.A.D. industries will benefit in a post-pandemic environment as consumers may seek more forms of entertainment but also rely on vaccines and therapies offered by the pharmaceutical industry.

06

Contra-ESG

We believe that ESG funds may be overvalued and oversaturated in a space that has yet to achieve any significant cash flows or profitability. In addition there is a lack of clarity in what constitutes a company to be ESG.

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Reasons to Invest in BAD

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