The Trust seeks to achieve its investment objective by investing at least 80% of its total assets in equity securities issued by companies that are engaged in one or more of the New Energy, Water Resources and Agriculture business segments and utilizing an option strategy to enhance current gains. The Trust considers (i) the New Energy business segment to include products, technologies and services connected to the efficient use of energy or to the provision or manufacture of alternative forms of energy (e.g., wind, solar and hydroelectric power), including renewable energy, energy infrastructure, energy generation and distribution and energy storage; (ii) the Water Resources business segment to include products, technologies and services connected to the provision of potable and non-potable water; the disinfection or desalination of water; the production, filtering, storage and distribution of water; water control; water surveys; water infrastructure; and the improvement of water quality; and (iii) the Agriculture business segment to include products, technologies and services connected to agricultural biotechnology and bioengineering; biofuel production and distribution; farm land and forestry; agricultural commodities and food; agricultural infrastructure; farm and other agricultural equipment; fertilizer and other agriculture-related chemicals; and agricultural and food distribution. Although the Trust expects to invest primarily in companies located in developed countries, it may invest in companies located in emerging markets. Equity securities in which the Trust may invest include common stocks, preferred stocks, convertible securities, warrants, depository receipts, exchange-traded funds and equity interests in real estate investment trusts. Although the Trust intends to invest substantially all of its assets in equity securities issued by companies that are engaged in one or more of the New Energy, Water Resources and Agriculture business segments, the Trust may invest up to 20% of its total assets in equity and debt securities issued by companies that are not engaged in such business segments, including up to 10% of its total assets in non-investment grade debt securities, commonly known as junk bonds. As part of its investment strategy, the Trust intends to write covered call and put options on individual common stocks, stock indices and stock sectors. Initially, the Trust anticipates writing covered call and put options with respect to approximately 33% of its total assets.