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M3Sixty and Stringer launch new fund


Stringer Asset Management (Stringer) has teamed up with M3Sixty Administration again to launch a second mutual fund – the Stringer Moderate Growth Fund. 

After a successful spin-off from Raymond James – Morgan Keegan in early 2013, Stringer first teamed up with M3Sixty to launch the Stringer Growth Fund. Since its founding in March 2013, the fund has experienced significant growth in assets. Aiming to build on this success, Stringer has now launched a Moderate Growth Fund in partnership with M3Sixty in response to investor demand and market conditions.

"The launch of our first mutual fund, and our partnership with M3Sixty, has exceeded our expectations,” says Stringer’s Chief Investment Officer, Gary Stringer. “We are excited to launch our second fund, and expect to see similarly impressive results for investors and our partners. The more balanced approach of the Moderate Growth Fund may prove to be timely in today's market environment."

According to Randy Linscott, CEO of M3Sixty: "Stringer's success is a product of assembling a great team of managers with operations and marketing expertise. They have been highly successful  building the Stringer Growth Fund and we are delighted they are expanding their offerings by leveraging our platform to provide continued value to their shareholders and firm with the goal of institutionalising long-term success for all parties."

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