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Many investors believe it's important to invest with their beliefs and values in mind. Sustainable investing allows investors to align their wealth with purpose.
The Hartford Multifactor Developed Markets (ex-US) ETF (RODM) has provided better growth with lower volatility since inception relative to most cap-weighted strategies.
Hartford Schroders Tax-Aware Bond Fund uses a value-driven approach to seek total return on an after-tax basis by investing in a portfolio of predominantly investment grade, fixed-income securities.
If you are looking for an international holding, consider a diversified approach.
The first US-focused multifactor REIT ETF to place risk and growth potential at the forefront of investment design.
Investors worried about high valuations and volatility in small caps should consider a global approach to potentially improve growth and lower risk.
A highly diversified fund seeking the best value stocks that are also of high quality may be a natural complement to a concentrated approach.
Some investors are using nontraditional and multi-sector bond funds for greater fixed income diversification, but do these asset classes deliver what investors expect?
Learn about a simple strategy that combines dividend-paying stocks with investment-grade corporate bonds.
The Hartford Environmental Opportunities Fund invests in companies that seek to deliver environmental benefits while generating capital appreciation.
All investments are subject to risk, including the possible loss of principal. Mid-cap and small-cap securities can have greater risk and volatility than large-cap securities. Foreign investments can be riskier than U.S. investments due to the adverse effects of currency exchange rates, differences in market structure and liquidity, as well as political and economic developments in foreign countries and regions. For dividend-paying stocks, dividends are not guaranteed and may decrease without notice. Fixed Income risks include credit, liquidity, call, duration, and interest-rate risk. As interest rates rise, bond prices generally fall; these risks are currently heightened due to the historically low interest rate environment. Municipal securities may be adversely impacted by state/local, political, economic, or market conditions. Investors may be subject to the federal Alternative Minimum Tax as well as state and local income taxes. Capital gains, if any, are taxable. Value investing may go out of favor, which may cause those to underperform the broader stock market. Diversification does not ensure a profit or protect against a loss in declining market. Risks of focusing on investments that involve sustainability and environmentally responsible investment criteria may influence investment performance relative to the Fund’s benchmark or competing funds and expose the Fund to increased risks related to downturns or other adverse developments in that market segment. A concentration in real estate securities, such as REITs, may subject to risks associated with the direct ownership of real estate as well as the risks related to the way real estate companies are organized and operated. Real estate is sensitive to changes in interest rates and general and local economic conditions and developments.