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  • EQUITY - SECTOR/INDUSTRY FOCUS

    Series 2018-2, ADT 1866

    Aerospace/Defense Opportunities Portfolio

    Fee-Based CUSIP (Cash/Reinvest) Ticker Symbol

    Ticketing Information

    00778N125 / 133 ASDALX

    Unit price at inception (per unit) Initial redemption price (per unit) Initial date of deposit Portfolio ending date Distribution frequency Est. net annual dist per unit (1st year)* Est. net annual dist per unit (2nd year)*

    Essential Information+

    $9.7750 $9.7750 5/8/2018 5/7/2020

    Semi-annual, if any $0.0610 $0.0604

    +As of 5/7/2018 and may vary thereafter. *The estimate is generally based on the estimate of dividends the trust will receive by annualizing the most recent dividend declared. The per unit estimate will vary with changes in fees and expenses, actual dividends received and with the sales of securities. The distributions are expected to decrease in the subsequent year as a result of organizational costs, creation and development fee, and deferred sales charges. There is no guarantee that the issuers of the securities included in the trust will declare distributions in the future or that, if declared, will remain at current levels or increase over time.

    Morningstar Equity Style Box TM

    Advisors Asset Management, Inc. (AAM) is a SEC registered investment advisor and member FINRA/SIPC.

    ++All amounts are as of 5/7/2018 and may vary thereafter. The Creation & Development Fee is fixed at $0.05 per unit and is paid at the end of the initial offering period (anticipated to be approximately three months). The Organization Costs are fixed at $0.049 per unit and are paid at the end of the initial offering period or after six months, if earlier. The above table is for illustrative purposes only to illustrate how estimated trust fees and expenses translate on an annualized basis. The above does not reflect the amount or how all fees and expenses will actually be paid. You should consult the prospectus for a full description of applicable sales charges and expenses of the trust, including those applicable to purchasers eligible for the fee- based account discount. The one-time charges shown (the Creation & Development Fee and Organization Costs) are paid on a one-time basis as described and are not actually amortized over the life of the trust. The amount shown for “Amortized One-Time Charges” are calculated by taking the one-time dollar amounts and dividing them by the anticipated life of the based on the trust’s inception date and mandatory termination date. The “Estimated Average Amortized Annual Expenses” is taken by adding the “Amortized One-Time Charges” amount and “Estimated Annual Operating Expense” amounts.

    Fee-Based Accounts Sales Charge and Expenses (Based on initial Fee-Based Account unit price of $9.775)++

    As % of Fee-Based

    Public Offering Price

    Amount per unit (based on

    initial unit price)

    Creation & Development Fee 0.51% $0.050

    Organizational Costs + 0.50% $0.049

    Total One-Time Expense 1.01% $0.099

    Divided by Term of Trust equals Amortized One-Time Charges

    ÷ 2 years ÷ 2 years

    Amortized One-Time Charges 0.51% $0.050

    Estimated Annual Operating Expense

    + 0.34% + $0.033

    Estimated Average Amortized Annual Expenses

    0.84% $0.082

    Fee-Based Account UIT Fact Card

    FOR USE ONLY WITH INVESTOR ACCOUNTS ELIGIBLE FOR THE “FEE-BASED ACCOUNT” SALES CHARGE DESCRIBED ON PAGE 4 Page 1 of 4

    Investment Objective & Strategy

    The Aerospace/Defense Opportunities Portfolio is a unit investment trust that invests in a portfolio of

    common stocks of companies involved in various aspects of the Aerospace and Defense industry.

    The securities are selected by Eugene E. Peroni, Jr. of Peroni Portfolio Advisors, Inc., the Portfolio

    Consultant, through the application of his proprietary method of technical analysis, the Peroni

    Method®, with consideration of equity investment opportunities within this investment theme.

    Why Now?

    Geopolitical events continue to make headlines across the globe putting increasing focus on home-

    land security. According to U.S. Military Budget figures, in the United States alone military spending

    is currently greater than Medicare and the three largest departments combined: Health and Human

    Services, Education, and Housing and Urban Development. The Aerospace/Defense Opportunities

    Portfolio strives to take advantage of the longer-term leadership of this industry which may continue

    to benefit from the heightened tensions surrounding the concerns of global terrorism and military

    build-ups both in the U.S. and abroad.

  • Page 2 of 4

    Aerospace/Defense Opportunities Portfolio

    Intelligent Investments. Independent Ideas.

    FOR USE ONLY WITH INVESTOR ACCOUNTS ELIGIBLE FOR THE “FEE-BASED ACCOUNT” SALES CHARGE DESCRIBED ON PAGE 4

    Series 2018-2, ADT 1866 Fee-Based Account UIT Fact Card

    Intelligent Investments. Independent Ideas.

    Page 2 of 4

    Ticker Symbol

    Issue Name

    Market Value Per Share*

    Industrials (83.38%)

    AIR AAR Corporation $45.32

    AJRD Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings, Inc. 25.83

    ATRO Astronics Corporation 36.50

    BAESY BAE Systems PLC 33.93

    BA The Boeing Company 340.43

    CAE CAE, Inc. 18.84

    CUB Cubic Corporation 69.20

    CW Curtiss-Wright Corporation 126.44

    GD General Dynamics Corporation 196.45

    HRS Harris Corporation 149.88

    HEI HEICO Corporation 90.58

    HXL Hexcel Corporation 67.74

    HON Honeywell International, Inc. 144.16

    HII Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc. 215.84

    KAMN Kaman Corporation 62.08

    LLL L3 Technologies, Inc. 188.40

    LMT Lockheed Martin Corporation 317.71

    MOG/A Moog, Inc. 82.59

    NOC Northrop Grumman Corporation 317.13

    RTN Raytheon Company 205.17

    SAFRY Safran SA 29.26

    SPR Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc. 83.52

    TDY Teledyne Technologies, Inc. 195.22

    TXT Textron, Inc. 63.88

    TDG TransDigm Group, Inc. 329.11

    Information Technology (13.31%)

    CACI CACI International, Inc. 157.90

    CYBR CyberArk Software Limited 57.06

    FLIR FLIR Systems, Inc. 54.44

    PFPT Proofpoint, Inc. 124.43

    Materials (3.31%)

    BLL Ball Corporation 38.22

    % of Portfolio

    Industrials 83.38%

    Capital Goods 83.38%

    Information Technology 13.31%

    Software & Services 9.98%

    Technology Hardware & Equipment 3.33%

    Materials 3.31%

    Materials 3.31%

    Sector/Industry Group Breakdown*

    Source: Global Industrial Classification Standard (GICS)

    Source: Morningstar *As of 5/7/2018 and may vary thereafter. Breakdowns are based on the sources shown and may differ from any category definitions used in selecting the trust portfolio.

    Holdings Style Summary*

    Portfolio Holdings (as of date of deposit)

    % of Portfolio

    Large-Cap Growth 10.08%

    Large-Cap Blend 23.39%

    Mid-Cap Growth 19.94%

    Mid-Cap Value 6.62%

    Mid-Cap Blend 16.60%

    Small-Cap Growth 13.36%

    Small-Cap Blend 10.01%

  • Intelligent Investments. Independent Ideas.

    Page 3 of 4 FOR USE ONLY WITH INVESTOR ACCOUNTS ELIGIBLE FOR THE “FEE-BASED ACCOUNT”

    SALES CHARGE DESCRIBED ON PAGE 4

    Aerospace/Defense Opportunities Portfolio Series 2018-2, ADT 1866 Fee-Based Account UIT Fact Card

    Key Points to Consider

    The Peroni Method®

    The Peroni Method® is a proprietary form of technical analysis used by Eugene E. Peroni, Jr. of Peroni Portfolio Advisors, Inc. which uses a bottom-up approach in

    selecting stocks for certain AAM sector unit investment trusts. The foundation of this methodology is the basic understanding that every stock has its own

    “fingerprint” in the market place. Mr. Peroni tracks hundreds of stocks on a daily basis, identifying leading stocks and sectors in the market by analyzing price

    movements, money flow trends, and relative strength characteristics. His studies include the examination of a stock’s price architecture using hand-drawn point and

    figure charts which have been part of the methodology for over half a century.

    This hands-on research approach may be an attractive investment alternative to traditional fundamental analysis in that it considers a stock’s individual technical

    merits along with economic, monetary and geopolitical factors. The Peroni Method® may uncover emerging trends that could correspond to future stock

    performance. It has endured volatile markets while providing investors with uncommon insights and unique investment opportunities.

    • With the United States being the largest supplier of defense equipment and commercial jets, there is little doubt that the U.S. aerospace and defense industry

    may be the greatest beneficiary. Widespread geopolitical tensions have been a key source of demand growth for U.S. defense contractors for the last many

    years with the advent of innovative technologies in warfare and their increased application driving overall revenue growth in the industry. In addition, rapid

    growth in commercial passenger and freight traffic has been boosting the production rat