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CASH

Horizons High Interest Savings ETF

Price
$50.16
$0.03
0.05%
NAV
$50.1440
$0.0058
0.01%

Benchmark

Fixed Income

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QQCC

Horizons NASDAQ-100 Covered Call ETF

Price
$9.78
$0.04
0.41%
NAV
$9.7762
$-0.0039
-0.04%

Active

Covered Call

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HRAA

Horizons ReSolve Adaptive Asset Allocation ETF

Price
$11.22
$0.02
0.18%
NAV
$11.2056
$-0.0234
-0.21%

Active

Corporate Class – Alternative

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The BetaPro ETFs track a number of key benchmarks across different asset classes. Please see the specific ETF’s website page on the Horizons ETFs’ website to obtain the benchmark for any of the BetaPro ETFs.

Since these ETFs provide leverage, both gains and losses are magnified. Investors should anticipate a substantially higher standard deviation with these ETFs versus ETFs that do not use leverage. BetaPro ETFs are rebalanced on a daily basis, so unlike traditional leverage strategies, which tend to use lending mechanisms such as margin, BetaPro ETF unit holders will not lose more than their initial investment. These ETFs are designed to meet their investment objective only on a daily basis. Because these ETFs use leverage, gains and losses are magnified and, due to compounding, the performance over periods other than one day will likely differ in amount and possibly direction, from the reference index/commodity benchmark. Please read the prospectus and learn about all the risks associated with leveraged ETF investing.

Inverse and leveraged ETFs are tactical investment solutions that are primarily designed for the execution of a particular short-term investment strategy or perspective of the markets. These ETFs are designed to meet their investment objective only on a daily basis. They are not appropriate as a buy and hold investments if an investor is unable to closely monitor their performance. Because these ETFs use leverage, gains and losses are magnified and, due to compounding, the performance over periods other than one day will likely differ in amount and possibly direction, from the reference index/commodity benchmark. Please speak to an advisor or read the ETF’s prospectus before investing in them.

For the BetaPro ETFs whose objective is to realize a multiple of up to 2x or -2x the daily returns of a given benchmark index in particular, an investor’s investment will experience the effects of daily compounding.

• For example, if $100 is invested in a BetaPro 2x Daily Bull ETF and the underlying index rises 1% on the next day, the investor would have $200 of exposure on day 1 and earn $2. On the following day, the investor would have $102 invested and $204 (i.e. 2x) of exposure. As such, as the ETF rises on consecutive days, the investor’s capital invested to realize the daily return of the underlying benchmark index will increase each day, reflecting the “compounding” effect.

• Conversely, if $100 is invested in a BetaPro 2x Daily Bull ETF and the underlying index declines 1% on the next day, the investor would lose $2. On the following day, $98 will be invested to achieve the same investment objective. As such, as the ETF drops on consecutive days, the investor’s capital invested to realize the daily return of the underlying benchmark index will decrease each day, again reflecting the “compounding” effect.

• This latter phenomena explains why the investment risk is limited to the initial cost invested. You are only potentially subject to losing your original investment because the BetaPro 2x Daily Bull, -2x Daily Bear, and Daily Inverse ETFs are rebalanced daily so you cannot lose more than you invested.

For more information please visit: An Introduction to Horizons BetaPro ETFs

These ETFs may pay distributions annually. However, none of these ETFs have ever paid a distribution since their launch.