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Ameritor Funds was originated in May 1998. Kinney was the founder of the company. Prior to joining the firm, she worked as a registered representative beginning in 1967-1976 with Shields and Co., Harris, Upham & Co, and Smith Barney and Co. After 1976, Kinney was working with Merrill, Lynch and Co. as a registered representative. In 1994 she worked for the Steadman Funds as their agent for two years. 
Ameritor is a family mutual fund. Mutual fund investments involve fluctuating returns and values so that an investor's shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost. International investments engage special risks, including economic and political insecurity and currency variation. Small-cap stocks tend to experience greater unpredictability than large-cap stocks. The sectoral investments occupying additional risks are possible economic downturns in geographic regions or in market segments. Unlike equities, bonds offer an unchanging rate of return and return of principal if held to maturity. High-yield bonds involve additional credit risk. The U.S. Government securities are backed by the full faith and credit of the United States and are well thought-out to be among the safest investments. Money market mutual funds are neither insured nor guaranteed by the U.S. Government and there can be uncertainty that they will be capable to maintain fixed net asset value.  
The funds seek out growth of capital. The Fund invests primarily in equity securities of mid-capitalization companies which the advice-giver defines as companies with market capitalizations that range from $1 billion to up to $20 billion at the time they are purchased. Ameritor Investment Fund seeks out to obtain total return on invested capital. The fund places primary emphasis on convertible securities of a broad variety of companies. It may utilize a variety of investment techniques and policies to achieve its objective. This fund is non-diversified.
Ameritor Security Trust Fund seeks to obtain a total return on invested capital. The funds primary stress is on common stocks of companies with a long history of generally increasing earnings. It may use a broad range of investment techniques and policies in order to accomplish its objective. Ameritor Security Trust fund’s net asset value is 0.44, trade time is Apr 5, change – increased by 0.01 that is 2.33 percent, prev close 0.44, YTD return 7.50 percent, net assets is 1.06M.
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