The Hartford Funds suite of multifactor ETFs is designed to help you navigate a potential lower-growth, higher-volatility market going forward.
ETFs That Seek Outperformance
Enhance Growth Potential
Hartford Funds Multifactor ETF Suite
|Asset Class||Emerging Markets1||International Markets2||Developed Markets (ex-US)||Small Cap3||US Equity4|
|Enhanced Return Potential
(Improved exposure to factors)
|Improved Country Diversification||✔||✔||✔|
|Improved Currency Diversification||✔||✔||✔|
|Mega Cap / Company Deconcentration||✔||✔||✔||✔|
|Volatility Reduction Target*||15%||15%||15%||15%||15%|
|Hartford Multifactor ETF Tickers||ROAM||RODE||RODM||ROSC||ROUS|
Factors are the “building blocks” of securities which can explain the drivers of risk and return. Hartford Funds focuses on value, momentum, and quality factors for enhanced return potential. Diversification does not eliminate the risk of loss.
* The strategy seeks to achieve a volatility reduction target up to the amount noted over a complete market cycle. There is no guarantee that a fund will achieve its investment objective. Source: Hartford Funds.
1 Effective 9/11/19, the Hartford Multifactor Emerging Markets ETF changed its principal investment strategy and custom underlying index. See the Fund's prospectus, as supplemented, for more information.
2 Effective 11/6/19, the Hartford Multifactor Diversified International ETF changed its name, ticker symbol, principal investment strategy, and custom underlying index. See the Fund’s prospectus, as supplemented, for more information.
3 Effective 11/6/19, the Hartford Multifactor Small Cap ETF changed its name, ticker symbol, principal investment strategy, custom underlying index and reference index. See the Fund’s prospectus, as supplemented, for more information.
4 Effective 9/11/19, the Hartford Multifactor US Equity ETF changed its principal investment strategy, custom underlying index and reference index. See the Fund's prospectus, as supplemented, for more information.
Important Risks: Investing involves risk, including the possible loss of principal. • Foreign investments may be more volatile and less liquid than U.S. investments and are subject to the risk of currency fluctuations and adverse political and economic developments. These risks may be greater for investments in emerging markets. • Small cap securities can have greater risk and volatility than large-cap securities. • The Funds are not actively managed but rather attempt to track the performance of an index. The Funds' returns may diverge from that of the index. Diversification does not ensure a profit or protect against a loss in a declining market.
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