The Quaker Investment Alliance is an investment club that was founded in 2011 at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. The five founding members have experience ranging across the entire financial industry. Through leveraging our various backgrounds and industry experience we look to continually outperform the market. We are a multi-strategy fund, separating our portfolio into both long and short term investment horizons. The long-term portion of our fund is focused on equities and uses a bottom-up, fundamental approach. This comprises the majority of our fund and acts as a stabilizer against the volatility we expect from the rest of the portfolio. We are typically against broad scale diversification because we believe that investors can manage their risk individually and that by diversifying we are significantly limiting the potential upside of the companies that we are most confident in. The short-term strategy focuses on macro analysis. We are constantly looking at the state of the greater markets and seeking out mispricings. Much of this analysis is done around key company catalysts where we believe the markets will realize and correct the mispricing. We use option strategies quite frequently on this side of the portfolio because it allows us to gain greater immediate exposure. We aim to maintain a target portfolio balance with strategic exposures that serve to keep our risk profile in check and ultimately allow us to continually beat the market. Our industry focus is very broad across both strategies. We see this as a strength because it does not limit our ability to seek out undervalued companies.