Links to Other Websites
By clicking on a link from the NextShares website to a third-party website, you will leave the NextShares website. NextShares is not responsible for the content of any such third-party website or the products or services offered on such site. The availability of links to third-party sites does not constitute an endorsement of, or representation or warranty by, NextShares of such sites or their sponsors, contents or offered products or services. You should read the terms and conditions of such sites carefully, including provisions relating to privacy and customer information practices. NextShares disclaims responsibility for the privacy and customer information practices of such third-party sites.
The information contained herein is provided to market participants for informational purposes only, is not intended as investment or tax advice, and does not constitute a solicitation of an offer to buy or sell specific securities. This site may contain links to content on websites or publications that are not affiliated with NextShares Solutions LLC. NextShares Solutions LLC is not responsible for any such content and by accessing such websites or publications you acknowledge that NextShares Solutions LLC cannot be held liable or responsible for such content.
Shares of NextShares funds are normally bought and sold in the secondary market through a broker, and may not be individually purchased or redeemed from the fund. In the secondary market, buyers and sellers transact with each other, rather than with the fund. These transactions do not affect the fund or its investments. When a NextShares fund does issue or redeem shares, the transactions are made through designated authorized participants and are normally in kind when practicable, meaning that the fund receives or delivers securities rather than cash. By transacting in kind, a NextShares fund can lower its trading costs and enhance fund tax efficiency by avoiding forced sales of securities to meet redemptions. As exchange-traded securities, NextShares can operate with low transfer agency expenses by utilizing the same highly efficient share processing system as used for exchange-listed stocks.Market trading prices of NextShares are linked to the fund’s next-computed net asset value (NAV) and will vary from NAV by a market-determined premium or discount, which may be zero. Buyers and seller of NextShares will not know the value of their purchases and sales until after the fund’s NAV is determined at the end of the trading day. Market trading prices may vary significantly from anticipated levels. NextShares do not offer investors the opportunity to buy and sell intraday based on current (versus end-of-day) determinations of fund value. NextShares trade execution prices will fluctuate based on changes in NAV. Although limit orders may be used to control trading costs, they cannot be used to control or limit trade execution prices. As a new type of fund, NextShares have a limited operating history and may initially be available through a limited number of brokers. There can be no guarantee that an active trading market for NextShares will develop or be maintained, or that their listing will continue unchanged. Buying and selling NextShares may require payment of brokerage commissions and expose transacting shareholders to other trading costs. Frequent trading may detract from realized investment returns. The return on a shareholder’s NextShares investment will be reduced if the shareholder sells shares at a greater discount or narrower premium to NAV than he or she acquired the shares. NextShares funds issue and redeem shares only in specified creation unit quantities in transactions by or through authorized participants. In such transactions, a fund issues and redeems shares in exchange for the basket of securities, other instruments and/or cash that the fund specifies each business day. The basket is not intended to be representative of the fund’s current portfolio positions and may vary significantly from current positions.
NextShares, mutual funds and ETFs are purchased and sold differently and have different costs. These and other distinctions may result in significant differences in fund performance. Before investing in any type of fund, investors should consider carefully the fund’s investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. This and other important information is contained in the fund’s prospectus, which should be read carefully before investing.
© NextShares Solutions LLC. NextShares is a registered trademark of NextShares Solutions LLC. All rights reserved.
Two International Place, Boston, MA 02110
Publication details: Wednesday, May 25, 01:09 PM
Page ID: 18680 - http://www.nextshares.com/