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
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An investment in FlexShares is subject to numerous risks, including possible loss of principal. Fund returns may not match the return of the respective indexes. The Funds are subject to the following principal risks: asset class; commodity; concentration; counterparty; currency; derivatives; dividend; emerging markets; equity securities; fluctuation of yield; foreign securities; geographic; income; industry concentration; inflation-protected securities; infrastructure-related companies; interest rate / maturity risk; issuer; large cap; management; market; market trading; mid cap stock; MLP; momentum; natural resources; new funds; non-diversification; passive investment; privatization; small cap stock; tracking error; value investing; and volatility risk. A full description of risks is in the prospectus.