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The Stadion Funds are distributed by ALPS Distributors, Inc. An investment in the Funds involves risk, including loss of principal.

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Stadion Fund Celebrates Milestone Birthday

Watkinsville, GA., August 19, 2019—Stadion’s Tactical Growth Fund (ETFOX) has turned 15 years old,making it one of the 14 mutual funds in the Morningstar Tactical Allocation category with this long of atrack record. Launched in 2004, the Stadion Tactical Growth Fund is one of the industry’s earliest ETF(Exchange Traded Fund) marketplace entrants.

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Stadion Trilogy Alternative Return Fund Commentary July 2019

August 12, 2019-US equity markets continued to rise in July, albeit at a slower rate than June. As anticipated, the Federal Reserve cut its federal funds rate at the end of the month and investor's expectation that the central bank would do so seemed to buoy US equities throughout the month.

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Stadion Tactical Defensive Fund Commentary July 2019

August 12, 2019-After beginning the month at, or near, all-time highs the market enjoyed a relatively quiet July. While continuing to climb it was still subject to low-volume trading which can be typical of Summer. Additionally, markets were waiting for a decision by the Federal Reserve over whether the central bank would cut rates. Sure enough, the Fed cut its Federal Funds rate by 0.25% at the end of July and thus held true to its promise of providing economic support if needed.

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Stadion Tactical Growth Fund Commentary July 2019

August 12, 2019-US equities continued their rise throughout July though the pace was more measured than might have been expected. Investor hope that the Federal Reserve would cut rates in July seemed to keep stocks well supported throughout the month and, of course, on July 31 the Fed did just that. The yield curve remains slightly inverted, but otherwise relatively unchanged.

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The Ups & Downs of Diversification

Market risk, also called systematic risk, is undiversifiable. Although managing risk through equity diversification sounds promising, the heightened correlation between equity asset classes and sectors during bear markets has shown that diversification does little to reduce losses.

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