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Northern Lights Fund Trust Announces Distributions

NEW YORK, Dec. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Board of Trustees of Northern Lights Fund Trust, a multi-series registered investment company (the "Trust"), declared dividends from net investment income and/or capital gains distributions indicated below for the year-end distributions through December 19, 2012, with respect to each series of the Trust, payable on the "Payable Date" to shareholders of record at the close of business on the "Record Date," as further indicated below. The remaining distributions in the series of the Trust will be disclosed in an additional press release next Friday, December 28, 2012.

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Northern Lights Fund Trust






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Security Description


Ticker

Record

Ex-

Dividend

Payable

Distribution

Income

Short-

term

Long-

term

(Fund Name)

CUSIP

Symbol

Date

Date

Date

Per Share

Dividends

Capital

Gain

Capital

Gain











13D Activist Fund - Class A

66537V252

DDDAX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.3748

0.0000

0.3736

0.0012











13D Activist Fund - Class I

66537V237

DDDIX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.3748

0.0000

0.3736

0.0012











Altrius Small Cap Value Fund - Class I

66537X340

ALTSX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.1711

0.1228

0.0000

0.0483











BTS Bond Asset Allocation Fund - Class A

66537V823

BTSAX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/17/2012

0.1094

0.1094

0.0000

0.0000











BTS Bond Asset Allocation Fund - Class C

66537V815

BTSCX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/17/2012

0.0899

0.0899

0.0000

0.0000











CWC Small Cap Aggressive Value Fund - Retail Class

66537V112

CWCRX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.0081

0.0081

0.0000

0.0000











CWC Small Cap Aggressive Value Fund - Institutional Class

66537V120

CWCIX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.0220

0.0220

0.0000

0.0000











Ginkgo Multi-Strategy Fund - Investor Class

66537X373

GNKIX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/17/2012

0.0308

0.0308

0.0000

0.0000











GPS Multiple Strategy Fund - Class A

66537X688

GPSAX

12/17/2012

12/18/2012

12/18/2012

0.9582

0.0000

0.8012

0.1570











GPS Multiple Strategy Fund - Investor Class

66537X670

GPSIX

12/17/2012

12/18/2012

12/18/2012

0.9582

0.0000

0.8012

0.1570











Great Lakes Disciplined Equity Fund - Class A

66537T356

WHLAX

12/12/2012

12/13/2012

12/13/2012

0.6722

0.0712

0.1825

0.4185











Great Lakes Disciplined Equity Fund - Class I

66537T315

WHLIX

12/12/2012

12/13/2012

12/13/2012

0.7064

0.1054

0.1825

0.4185











Great Lakes Disciplined Equity Fund - Class Y

66537V856

WHLYX

12/12/2012

12/13/2012

12/13/2012

0.7199

0.1189

0.1825

0.4185











Great Lakes Small Cap Opportunity Fund - Class A

66537T166

WHSAX

12/12/2012

12/13/2012

12/13/2012

0.9045

0.0000

0.2905

0.6140











Great Lakes Small Cap Opportunity Fund - Class I

66537T174

WHSIX

12/12/2012

12/13/2012

12/13/2012

0.9045

0.0000

0.2905

0.6140











Iron Horse Fund - Class A

66537Y108

IRHAX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/17/2012

0.2863

0.0000

0.2059

0.0804











Iron Horse Fund - Class I

66537Y207

IRHIX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/17/2012

0.3032

0.0169

0.2059

0.0804











KCM Macro Trends Fund - Class R-1

66537T430

KCMTX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/18/2012

0.0226

0.0226

0.0000

0.0000











Zeo Strategic Income Fund - Class I

66537X522

ZEOIX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.0855

0.0520

0.0273

0.0062











Ascendant Balanced Fund - Class I

66537Y751

ATBIX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.0359

0.0000

0.0300

0.0059











Ascendant Balanced Fund - Class A

66537Y777

ATBAX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.0359

0.0000

0.0300

0.0059











Ascendant Balanced Fund - Class C

66537Y769

ATBTX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.0359

0.0000

0.0300

0.0059











Ascendant MultiCap Equity Fund - Class I

66537Y686

AEQIX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.0386

0.0000

0.0348

0.0038











Ascendant MultiCap Equity Fund - Class A

66537Y710

AEQAX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.0386

0.0000

0.0348

0.0038











Ascendant MultiCap Equity Fund - Class C

66537Y694

AEQCX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.0386

0.0000

0.0348

0.0038











Eagle MLP Strategy Fund - Class A

66537Y322

EGLAX

12/18/2012

12/19/2012

12/19/2012

0.0066

0.0000

0.0066

0.0000











Eagle MLP Strategy Fund - Class I

66537Y314

EGLIX

12/18/2012

12/19/2012

12/19/2012

0.0066

0.0000

0.0066

0.0000











Sandalwood Opportunity Fund - Class A

66537Y264

SANAX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/17/2012

0.0072

0.0072

0.0000

0.0000











Sandalwood Opportunity Fund - Class I

66537Y256

SANIX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/17/2012

0.0093

0.0093

0.0000

0.0000











RPg Emerging Market Sector Rotation Fund - Class A

66537Y561

EMSAX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/17/2012

0.4805

0.1049

0.3756

0.0000











RPg Emerging Market Sector Rotation Fund - Class I

66537Y546

EMSIX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/17/2012

0.4904

0.1148

0.3756

0.0000











Generations Multi-Strategy Fund

66537T281

GMSFX

12/6/2012

12/7/2012

12/7/2012

1.3547

0.0991

0.0000

1.2556











Astor Active Income Fund - Class A

66537Y884

AXAIX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.0737

0.0500

0.0237

0.0000











Astor Active Income Fund - Class C

66537Y868

CXAIX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.0659

0.0422

0.0237

0.0000











Astor S.T.A.R. ETF Fund - Class A

66537Y835

ASPGX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.0822

0.0505

0.0317

0.0000











Astor S.T.A.R. ETF Fund - Class C

66537Y819

CSPGX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.0720

0.0403

0.0317

0.0000











Altegris Long Short Fund - Class A

66537Y371

ELSAX

12/12/2012

12/13/2012

12/13/2012

0.2860

0.0000

0.2860

0.0000











Altegris Long Short Fund - Class I

66537Y355

ELSIX

12/12/2012

12/13/2012

12/13/2012

0.2860

0.0000

0.2860

0.0000











Altegris Long Short Fund - Class N

66537Y348

ELSNX

12/12/2012

12/13/2012

12/13/2012

0.2860

0.0000

0.2860

0.0000











Altegris Futures Evolution Strategy Fund - Class A

66537Y629

EVOAX

12/12/2012

12/13/2012

12/13/2012

0.0245

0.0053

0.0192

0.0000











Altegris Futures Evolution Strategy Fund - Class C

66537Y611

EVOCX

12/12/2012

12/13/2012

12/13/2012

0.0192

0.0000

0.0192

0.0000











Altegris Futures Evolution Strategy Fund - Class N

66537Y587

EVOIX

12/12/2012

12/13/2012

12/13/2012

0.0245

0.0053

0.0192

0.0000











Altegris Futures Evolution Strategy Fund - Class I

66537Y595

EVONX

12/12/2012

12/13/2012

12/13/2012

0.0276

0.0084

0.0192

0.0000











Leader Short-Term Bond Fund - Institutional Class

66537T224

LCCIX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/17/2012

0.0951

0.0951

0.0000

0.0000











Leader Short-Term Bond Fund - Investor Class

66537T232

LCCMX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/17/2012

0.0811

0.0811

0.0000

0.0000











Leader Short-Term Bond Fund - Class A

66537Y397

LCAMX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/17/2012

0.0780

0.0780

0.0000

0.0000











Leader Short-Term Bond Fund - Class C

66537Y298

LCMCX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/17/2012

0.0748

0.0748

0.0000

0.0000











Leader Total Return Fund - Institutional Class

66537V310

LCTIX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/17/2012

0.2015

0.2015

0.0000

0.0000











Leader Total Return Fund - Investor Class

66537V328

LCTRX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/17/2012

0.1864

0.1864

0.0000

0.0000











Leader Total Return Fund - Class A

66537Y389

LCATX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/17/2012

0.1876

0.1876

0.0000

0.0000











Leader Total Return Fund - Class C

66537Y280

LCCTX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/17/2012

0.1710

0.1710

0.0000

0.0000

 

 

 

Northern Lights Fund Trust II






Total




Security Description


Ticker

Record

Ex-

Dividend

Payable

Distribution

Income

Short-

term

Long-

term

(Fund Name)

CUSIP

Symbol

Date

Date

Date

Per Share

Dividends

Capital

Gain

Capital

Gain











Braver Tactical Opportunity Fund - Class N

66538A455

BRAVX

12/18/2012

12/19/2012

12/19/2012

0.0164

0.0146

0.0018

0.0000











Crow Point Hedged Global Equity Income Fund - Class A

66538A554

CGHAX

12/17/2012

12/18/2012

12/18/2012

0.1415

0.1350

0.0055

0.0010











North Star Opportunity Fund - Class I

66538A869

NSOIX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.2474

0.0474

0.1988

0.0012











Linde Hansen Contrarian Value Fund - Class I

66538A646

LHVIX

12/12/2012

12/13/2012

12/13/2012

0.1562

0.1562

0.0000

0.0000











Innealta Capital Country Rotation Fund- Class N

66538A810

ICCNX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.2282

0.0746

0.1533

0.0003











Innealta Capital Country Rotation Fund- Class I

66538A828

ICCIX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.2435

0.0899

0.1533

0.0003











Innealta Capital Sector Rotation Fund- Class N

66538A786

ICSNX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.1984

0.0849

0.1131

0.0004











Innealta Capital Sector Rotation Fund- Class I

66538A794

ICSIX

12/13/2012

12/14/2012

12/14/2012

0.2123

0.0988

0.1131

0.0004











Sustainable Opportunities Fund - Class I

66538A570

SOPNX

12/14/2012

12/17/2012

12/17/2012

0.0835

0.0835

0.0000

0.0000

 

 

Northern Lights Fund Trust III






Total




Security Description


Ticker

Record

Ex-

Dividend

Payable

Distribution

Income

Short-

term

Long-

term

(Fund Name)

CUSIP

Symbol

Date

Date

Date

Per Share

Dividends

Capital

Gain

Capital

 Gain











Swan Defined Risk Fund – Class A 

66538E408

     SDRAX    

   12/18/2012   

12/19/2012    

12/19/2012  

0.1062

0.0601

0.0095

0.0366

Swan Defined Risk Fund – Class C        

66538E507

SDRCX      

12/18/2012  

  12/19/2012   

   12/19/2012 

0.1007

0.0546

0.0095

0.0366

Swan Defined Risk Fund – Class I         

66538E606

SDRIX    

12/18/2012  

12/19/2012 

    12/19/2012  

0.1138

0.0677

0.0095

0.0366

 

Past Performance is no guarantee of future results. Mutual Funds involve risk including possible loss of principal.

An investor should consider a Fund's investment objective, risks, charges, and expenses carefully before investing. This and other information about any of the above Funds, with the exception of the Leader Funds, is contained in the individual fund's prospectus, which can be obtained by calling 1-866-640-0444. Please read the prospectus carefully before investing. All of the above Funds, with the exception of the Leader Funds, are distributed by Northern Lights Distributors, LLC, member FINRA.

An investor should consider the Fund's investment objective, risks, charges, and expenses carefully before investing. This and other information about the Leader Funds is contained in the fund's prospectus, which can be obtained by calling 1-800-269-8810. Please read the prospectus carefully before investing. The Leader Funds are distributed by Foreside Distribution Services, L.P., member FINRA.

Definitions:    
Record Date: The date established by an issuer of a security for the purpose of determining the holders who are entitled to receive a dividend or distribution.

Ex-Dividend Date: The date on or after which a security is traded without a previously declared dividend or distribution. After the ex-date, a stock is said to trade ex-dividend.

Payable Date: The date on which a declared stock dividend is scheduled to be paid.

Contact for Press Inquiries:
Northern Lights Fund Trust
c/o Gemini Fund Services, LLC
450 Wireless Boulevard
Hauppauge, NY  11788
Attn: Kevin Wolf (631) 470-2600

Dana Taormina
JCPR
[email protected] 
973-850-7305

2050-NLD-12/21/2012

SOURCE Northern Lights Fund Trust

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