*An ETF is an investment fund that is traded on a stock exchange like individual stocks. ETF series is a class of securities offered by a conventional mutual fund that is distributed pursuant to a simplified prospectus and ETF Facts. However, unlike traditional mutual fund series, the ETF series are listed on a stock exchange like an ETF. Traditional mutual funds series are bought and sold through registered dealers. The ETF series may generally only be subscribed for or purchased directly from the mutual fund by authorized dealers or designated brokers. Investors will be able to buy or sell ETF series on a stock exchange or marketplace through registered brokers and dealers in the province or territory where the investor resides.
Commissions, trailing commissions, management fees, brokerage fees and expenses may be associated with investments in mutual funds and ETFs. Please read the mutual fund’s or ETF’s prospectus, which contains detailed investment information, before investing. Mutual funds and ETFs are not guaranteed. Their values change frequently, and investors may experience a gain or a loss. Past performance may not be repeated.
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