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  • How to Effectively Trade ETFs
    How to Effectively Trade ETFs Ed Rosenberg, Senior Vice President, Head of ETF Capital Markets & Analytics, FlexShares Recorded: Feb 22 2017 29 mins
    Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) have been investment strategy's hot ticket asset class for a while now, but could you be doing better with them? Join this webcast as we seek to maximize ETF opportunities, optimize trades, and explore the best possible price to gain potentially higher returns.

    Attend now to learn best practices, common misconceptions and a guide to the dos and don'ts of "best execution"!

    For your security, do not include personal or account information in any post or use this forum to ask questions about your investment. For service questions, please e-mail us at info@flexshares.com.

    FlexShares reserves the right to block posts and/or content that is deemed inappropriate or offensive, that constitutes a testimonial, advice, recommendation or advertisement for securities, products or services. FlexShares does not endorse any third-party content and reserves the right to block users at our discretion.

    Before investing, carefully consider the FlexShares investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. This and other information is in the prospectus, a copy of which may be obtained by visiting flexshares.com/prospectus. Read the prospectus carefully before you invest. Foreside Fund Services, LLC, distributor.

    An investment in FlexShares is subject to investment risk, including the possible loss of principal amount invested. Fund returns may not match the return of its respective Index. The Funds may invest in emerging and foreign markets, derivatives and concentrated sectors. In addition, the Funds may be subject to the following risks: asset class; small cap stock; value investing; non-diversification; fluctuation of yield; income; interest rate/maturity; currency; passive investment; inflation protected security; market; and manager risk. For a complete description of risks associated with each Fund please refer to the prospectus.
  • Charting a New Course - Innovative Fixed Income ETF Investing
    Charting a New Course - Innovative Fixed Income ETF Investing FlexShares Mark Carlson, CFA Recorded: May 19 2016 55 mins
    With the recent Department of Labor regulations and moving into what some may term, the age of fiduciary application, we will explore why innovative product design in fixed income is crucial to building a successful advisory business. FlexShares Senior Investment Strategist, Mark Carlson, will also provide some insights into how to position TIPS into your future portfolio construction process.
  • A New Approach to Fixed Income...
    A New Approach to Fixed Income... FlexShares Recorded: May 19 2016 2 mins
    Innovation in fixed income investing - a new way to keep "score."
  • Understanding TIPS & Duration
    Understanding TIPS & Duration FlexShares Recorded: May 18 2016 3 mins
    Learn how FlexShares can help protect investors from the corrosive effects of inflation with our TIPS funds.
  • Flexible Indexing
    Flexible Indexing FlexShares - Shundrawn Thomas Recorded: Jan 5 2016 4 mins
    FlexShares' flexible indexing is an actively designed, passively managed way to handle investments. www.flexshares.com

    In this day and age of investing, nontraditional indexing may be favored by many invstors over other traditional indexing methods. One nontraditional indexing method is flexible indexing, which is best described as "actively designed" and "passively managed". Flexible indexing helps investors focus on real-world goals in their investments in capital appreciation, risk management, income generation, and liquidity.

    If you want more information about flexible indexing and other investment strategies, contact FlexShares today. https://www.flexshares.com/contact-us
  • The Total Cost of ETF Ownership
    The Total Cost of ETF Ownership FlexShares Recorded: Jan 4 2016 3 mins
    As ETFs have developed, they've become increasingly popular among investors. Learn more about their costs. www.flexshares.com

    Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) were introduced as short-term trading vehicles in the early 1990s. Over the years, investors began to see the value of ETFs, but the total costs associated with ETF ownership remains uncertain for many. The total cost is divided into three main groups: explicit costs, implicit costs, and opportunity costs. In this video, you'll learn more about each of them and how they influence the total cost.

    For additional information about ETF costs and other types of investments, contact FlexShares today. https://www.flexshares.com/contact-us

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