Source: Morningstar. Data as of 9/30/23 from IQSU inception: 12/20/19. The Sharpe Ratio shown is by dividing annualized excess returns by annualized standard deviation. It is not possible to invest in an index. Standard deviation is the statistical measure of market volatility, measuring how widely prices are dispersed from the average price. Core bonds represented by the Bloomberg US Aggregate Bond Index.
The performance of an index may assume reinvestment of dividends and income, or follow other index-specific methodologies and criteria, but does not reflect the impact of fees, applicable taxes or trading costs which, unlike an index, may reduce the returns of a other investments. Investors cannot invest in an index. Because of these differences, the performance of an index should not be relied upon as an accurate measure of comparison.
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†Diversification cannot prevent a loss or guarantee a profit.
Fund shares are not individually redeemable and will be issued and redeemed at their NAV only through certain authorized broker-dealers in large, specified blocks of shares called "creation units”, and otherwise, can be bought and sold only through exchange trading. Creation units are issued and redeemed principally in-kind.