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GHE Rex Gold Hedged FTSE Emerging Mkts ETF

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Fund GHE Rex Gold Hedged FTSE Emerging Mkts ETF
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Annual Fees
(0.65% Exp. Ratio)
Future Est. Balance in 30 yrs
Assuming 5.56% annual return
Est. savings over 30 yrs
As of 9/30/16
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The investment seeks to outperform the total return performance of the FTSE Emerging Gold Overlay Index by actively hedging a portfolio of emerging markets securities using gold futures. The fund will invest primarily in (i) Emerging Markets Securities, (ii) gold futures, (iii) ETFs and exchange-traded closed-end funds, ADRs, and GDRs that provide exposure to Emerging Markets Securities, (iv) ETFs or ETNs that provide exposure to gold, and (v) futures that provide exposure to Emerging Markets Securities. It will also invest in fixed income instruments such as Treasury securities and other high-quality, short duration fixed income instruments.

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