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Stadion Tactical Growth Fund Commentary April 2019

The 2019 rally continued in April with markets climbing to all-time highs. As technology remained the top sector on a year-to-date basis, the NASDAQ climbed 4.78%. The tech-focused index outperformed both the S&P 500 Index (+4.05%) and the Dow Jones Industrial index (+2.66%). Following optimistic news from the US-China Trade War negotiations and the world's central banks committing, at least temporarily, to monetary stimulus international markets ended April with positive returns. The international developed market represented by the MSCI EAFE Net Total Return Index rose 2.81%. Emerging markets represented by the MSCI Emerging Markets Index increased 2.11%.

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Stadion Tactical Defensive Fund Commentary April 2019

The 2019 rally continued in April with markets climbing to all-time highs. As technology remained the top sector on a year-to-date basis, the NASDAQ Composite climbed 4.78%. The tech-focused index outperformed both the S&P 500 Index (+4.05%) and the Dow Jones Industrial Average (+2.66%). Following optimistic news from the US-China Trade War negotiations and the world's central banks committing, at least temporarily, to monetary stimulus international markets ended April with positive returns. The international developed market represented by the MSCI EAFE Net Total Return Index rose 2.81%. Emerging markets represented by the MSCI Emerging Markets Net Total Return Index increased 2.11%.

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Stadion Alternative Income Fund Commentary April 2019

Domestic equities continued to perform well during April and the S&P 500 Index finished the month up 4.05%. This is just the latest positive sign that make recent routs seem like years ago. Fixed income rates were slightly higher across the majority of the curve for the month though the very front end of the curve was mostly unchanged. As such the Bloomberg Barclays Capital U.S. Aggregate Total Return Bond Index was mostly flat, as the yield offset small rises in rates.

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Stadion Trilogy Alternative Return Fund Commentary April 2019

Domestic equities continued to perform well during April and the S&P 500 Index finished the month up 4.05%. This is just the latest positive sign that make recent routs seem like years ago. Fixed income rates were slightly higher across the majority of the curve for the month though the very front end of the curve was mostly unchanged. As such the Bloomberg Barclays Capital U.S. Aggregate Total Return Bond Index was mostly flat, as the yield offset small rises in rates.

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Stadion Trilogy Alternative Return Fund Commentary March 2019

Domestic equity action was a little tamer, but still positive, in March and the S&P 500 index finished the month up +1.94% on a total return basis. Fixed Income also ended the month on a positive note, for the most part, as rates dropped across the curve during March and have actually seen an inversion occurring on the curve's front end as the yield for 3-month treasuries is now above that of the 2-year note.

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Stadion Alternative Income Fund Commentary March 2019

Domestic equity action was a little tamer, but still positive, in March and the S&P 500 index finished the month up +1.94% on a total return basis. Across the whole of 1Q19, however, the index saw its largest quarterly gains since 2009. Fixed Income also ended the month on a positive note, for the most part, as rates dropped across the curve during March and have actually seen an inversion occurring on the curve's front end as the yield for 3-month treasuries is no above that of the 2-year note.

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