I'm part of this group that reviews new fund ideas and I'm curious to see what you think about this. Here's the fund profile: ProtoShares is launching a Global Conflict Fund. Itâs designed to appreciate whenever instability occurs in the world. Longing defense contractors and oil futures, as well as shorting major indices in traditionally unstable regions of the world. The fund will see increased NAV following global instability in any one region of the world. It holds three distinct assets: Defense Contractors: The fund tracks the AMEX defense index. The indexâs top 10 holdings include: Boeing,General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, Mantech Intl, Esterline, Teledyne, Goodrich Corp, L-3Communications and Lockheed Martin. Oil Futures Contracts: The fund purchases NYMEX light sweet crude oil futures three months from delivery date. The fund rolls these to the next month contracts when 60 days is reached before delivery. Short International Positions: The fund will short broad, index-based positions in the following areas: Middle Eastern Gulf States, Mexico, Latin America, Northern Africa, and Southeast Asia. Based on all of this, would you buy/trade this fund if an opportunity presented itself?