To many people, Mutual Funds can seem complicated or intimidating. We are going to try and simplify it for you at its very basic level. Essentially, the money pooled in by a large number of people (or investors) is what makes up a Mutual Fund. This fund is managed by a professional fund manager.

What are Liquid Funds?
  • Money doesn’t get locked up. It gets invested!
  • Do Mutual Funds issue a passbook?
  • Do Mutual Funds invest only in stocks?
  • Mutual Funds vs Shares: What’s the difference?


With a history spanning three decades, USA Mutuals has long been a provider of alternative investment strategies to both the institutional and retail marketplaces. Founded in 1994, the company launched with a simple mandate: Create an environment in which the company’s goals and expectations are truly aligned with our investors.


USA Mutuals aims to clearly define the fundamental expectations of each of our strategies in various types of market cycles. Transparent and accurate expectations evolve into predictable risk management tools, and predictable risk management tools are the foundation of our portfolio construction philosophy.

We publish regular commentaries on our funds in order to keep our investors informed. In addition our team keeps up to date on business and legal matters that are or could become relevant to the overall health of our portfolios. Take a look at our news page to stay up to date with our comprehensive news and analysis.

What are Debt Funds?

The Fund, a diversified investment company, pursues its investment objective by employing a discretionary trading strategy which attempts to tactically allocate exposure levels in the U.S. stock market. Specifically, the Advisor invests the portfolio in long and short equity stock index futures, primarily on the S&P 500® Index; however, other equity indices may be invested in from time to time. The Fund’s investment methodology, based on the portfolio manager’s proprietary quantitative indicators and models, begins with a top-down analysis of a broad array of fundamental and statistical data relating to the stock market.

What is an ELSS?
What are the various types of funds? ======================================================================================================================================================
1 Includes utility-scale electricity generation, which is electricity generation from power plants with at least one megawatt (or 1,000 kilowatts) of total electricity generating capacity.

2 Small-scale solar photovoltaic systems are electricity generators with less than one megawatt of electricity generating capacity that are usually at or near the location where the electricity is consumed. Most small-scale solar photovoltaic systems are installed on building rooftops. 

3 Pumped storage hydroelectricity generation is negative because most pumped storage electricity generation facilities use more electricity than they produce on an annual basis. Most pumped storage systems use fossil fuels or nuclear energy for pumping water to the storage component of the system.

Analysis & Projections

Monthly and yearly energy forecasts, analysis of energy topics, financial analysis, congressional reports.
  • Short-Term Energy Outlook
  • Annual Energy Outlook
  • International Energy Outlook
  • Markets & Finance
  • Financial market analysis and financial data for major energy companies.

Market Prices and Uncertainty Report
Energy & Financial Markets: What Drives Crude Oil Prices?

U.S. Gas & Electric, Inc. offers one-stop shopping for homes and businesses, supplying natural gas and electricity, as well as renewable products. With energy efficiency solutions like solar, our goal is to help customers with their energy needs. We offer service in Connecticut, District of Columbia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania with plans for further expansion.