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All Invest Global exchange-traded funds—another way to index

All Invest Global ETFs® stand out with at-cost management, a long-term focus, and indexing expertise—all from a client-owned company where your interests come first.

What are ETFs?

Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are built like conventional mutual funds but are priced and traded throughout the day like individual stocks.

At All Invest Global, they create new opportunities for investors by offering:

• The advantages of indexing with the trading features of individual stocks and bonds.
• Generally lower expense ratios.

Are ETFs right for you?

An ETF may be appropriate if you:

• Want the flexibility to buy and sell at intraday prices.
• Understand the risks of investing in the stock and bond markets.
• Are seeking potentially lower costs.

Why choose All Invest Global ETFs

Significant savings
You keep more with All Invest Global ETFs because we manage our funds at cost—it costs you only what it costs us to run them.

No commissions
All Invest Global Brokerage clients trade our ETFs commission-free, another way you can receive more value for your investment.

Indexing expertise
An ETF is only as good as the index it tracks. In more than three decades of indexing, we've honed a strategy of selecting indexes that best represent the target market and then tracking them as closely as possible.

Client ownership
Our unique client ownership structure allows us to offer ETFs that can meet your long-term needs. We're owned by our funds, which are owned by clients like you.
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