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Paul Schatz, President and CIO of Heritage Capital, LLC

Paul Schatz, Founder and President of Heritage Capital, has a wealth of experience trading and investing in equities, options and futures. While he is best known for his sector and index trading and models, his technical driven strategies have taken him into other asset classes as well. Paul is a recognized pioneer and expert in the exchange traded fund (ETF) field, having employed them in his work since 1994. Additionally, he has consulted for many of today’s ETF purveyors on new product development and is a highly sought after speaker in the field.

From 1989 to 1991, Paul worked for Shearson Lehman Brothers in various computer and financial planning related positions. Following his tenure at Shearson, Paul moved to Cowen & Company where he traded proprietary money in equities, options and futures from 1991 to 1993.
Paul Schatz

Between 1993 and 2002, Paul served as Chief Investment Officer for Beneficial Capital, Inc., an SEC Registered Investment Adviser and NASD broker-dealer, creating proprietary computer driven investment models and launching the firm's third party investment advisor practice.

Mr. Schatz currently serves as Treasurer of the National Association of Active Investment Managers, Inc. (NAAIM), a trade association of 150 Registered Investment Advisory firms who employ active investment strategies aimed at protecting client assets. Previously, he acted as Chairman, President, Vice President, and Secretary.

Paul is responsible for writing and publishing the firm's bi-weekly e-letter, Street$marts, which is read by thousands of top financial advisers and members of the media, and has been reprinted in Barrons. He also is a weekly contributor to the New Haven Register's financial blog, Fi$cally Fit, as the expert on financial markets and global economics.

Paul offers frequent market analysis for CNBC's Closing Bell, Squawk Box, Squawk on the Street, Worldwide Exchange, Fox Business' Markets Now, Yahoo Finance’s Breakout, Bloomberg TV, WTNH and FOX 61, and has been quoted in the market commentary sections of the Wall Street Journal, Investors Business Daily, USA Today, Connecticut Post, Hartford Courant, New Haven Register, Financial Planning, Registered Representative and Investment News Weekly.

Paul Schatz graduated from the University of Rochester in 1988 with a Bachelors Degree in Political Science and a minor in Economics

He has been a director, Secretary, Vice President and President of the Alumni Council Board of Directors for The Hopkins School, his alma mater, located in New Haven, CT. Additionally, Paul is on the Executive Board of Directors at Congregation B'nai Jacob in Woodbridge as President, as well as a former Endowment Trustee for the synagogue's endowment fund.

Thorkild Hansen, Director of Research

Thorkild Hansen has extensive experience developing advanced empirical and mathematical tools for analysis of large complicated data sets. Since 2005 he has worked with Paul Schatz applying these skills to the investment field at TRI Asset Management and Heritage Capital. He has developed proprietary alpha models for both equity and macro portfolios and implemented portfolio analytics tools for monitoring value at risk and various risk factor exposures.

In 2003 he co-founded Seknion Inc., a Boston company that develops intellectual property in the areas of radio frequency identification (RFID) and security for wireless communication systems. Prior to Seknion, Thorkild joined Schlumberger in 1997 working on an underground radar project. He transferred with the project to Witten Technologies in 2000, where he was part of the team that developed Witten's radar technology. This technology, which helped in the reconstruction of the utility network near Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan, won the 2002 NOVA Award for innovation in construction and Wall Street Journal's 2004 Technology Innovation Award in Software.

Prior to Schlumberger, Thorkild worked for 6 years developing new techniques for analyzing data and electromagnetic waves and antennas at the Air Force Research Laboratory (formerly, Rome Laboratory) of Hanscom Air Force Base in Massachusetts.

Thorkild received the R.W.P. King Prize in 1992 and the S.A. Schelkunoff Prize in 1995 from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for his research and publications on electromagnetic wave propagation. He is co-author of Plane-Wave Theory of Time-Domain Fields, a featured book of IEEE Press in 1999, and has authored many papers that have appeared in various technical journals over the years. Thorkild received his Master of Science in 1989, and his PhD. in 1991, in Electromagnetics from Technical University of Denmark.

Heritage Capital strategy results portrayed in this release reflect actual fee paying accounts' performance of the strategies for the identified time period. The information given is historic and should not be taken as any indication of future performance. Investment return and account value will vary so that at any given time an account may have a gain or loss. Market volatility can significantly impact short-term performance. Results of an investment made today may differ substantially from the performance shown. The possibility of loss always exists.

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