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The iShares Currency Hedged MSCI EAFE ETF seeks to track the investment results of an index composed of large- and mid-capitalization equities in Europe, Australasia, and the Far East while mitigating exposure to fluctuations between the value of the component currencies and the U.S. dollar.

There are significant differences in the behavior of mutual funds, bonds, and stocks. For example, commodities, such as oil and gold, will behave differently from the stocks of companies that manufacture consumer goods, or from funds holding T-bills or certificates of deposit money market funds. SectorSurfer automatically determines the algorithm and parameters most appropriate for the character of each Strategy so you don't have to.

That's why we say "Our computers will do the hard work while you go have a life! All of these actions are initiated by clicking the ticker symbol or blank to open the popup window to "Find a Mutual Fund, ETF, or Stock. To add it to your Strategy, click the button. The popup window also provides a means to delete the current ticker symbol by clicking.

As shown above, when you place the mouse pointer above a ticker symbol, its name, pertinent hold days, and early trade fees are shown. At each step of your Strategy development, you can check its progress by clicking the chart icon, and selecting other properties of the Strategy by clicking the information icon. See more information about Making Great Custom Strategies here , and some simple rules for quickly building a great k Strategy here.

Recommended Short Video Tour We highly recommend that you view the short My Strategies Tour video by clicking the video icon to the left. It will quickly demonstrate all of the significant features and functionality of the page and likely save you a lot of time reading detailed instructions and eliminate the frustration of guessing how everything works.

Making a Strategy-of-Strategies A Strategy-of-Strategies uses special ticker symbols to refer to your other Strategies. As with a normal SectorSurfer Strategy, it will pick the one, and only one, best performing Strategy from among up to 12 candidates. Use the ticker symbol format of SSSnn , for SectorSurferStrategy nn , where nn does not have a leading zero if it is only a single digit.

You can also mix normal ticker symbols with the Strategy ticker symbols if you like. Finally, all referenced Strategies must come before lower number than the Strategy-of-Strategies because Strategies are processed sequentially every evening and all referenced Strategies must be processed before the Strategy-of-Strategies in order for it to produce meaningful results.

See also the concept of a Portfolio-of-Strategies. Strategy Number and Subscription Status In the left column of your Strategies list is the Strategy number and its subscription payment status. Three examples are shown for Strategy 1. The next two are for a Premium Strategy that requires a paid subscription to receive email Trade Alerts and see the most recent trade.

To fix a subscription problem, click the button that appears on the page and follow the instructions. Add Strategies to Your List The My Strategies page contains your personal list of up to 30 Active Strategies for which Trade Alerts are sent and may require a subscription fee, and up to 20 Sandbox Strategies which are for experimental evaluation, but neither send Trade Alerts nor require a subscription fee. Three brief performance measures of the Strategy are shown below its name: There are three ways to add a Strategy to your list: The Trade Signal History, as pictured to the right, should not be confused with the Actual Trade History found in the Trade Information section of the page.

The Trade Signal History is what the Strategy algorithm says one should have done to achieve the results portrayed on the charts. Not everyone has access to the same money market funds, and they are all pretty much like "peas in a pod", so whatever your brokerage has available will work just fine. At the bottom of the listing, you can click the button to download a CSV comma separated variables spreadsheet of all the important Strategy statistics and trade signal history.

It also contains daily data for the Strategy and the reference fund. Correct Interpretation of History Data: A common misinterpretation of the Trade Signal History data is that each line reports performance associated with the BUY fund. The correct interpretation is that it reports the status on the date found in the left-hand column.

Thus the performance data reported relates to the SELL fund. A good reminder of this is the 4th column title " Days Held fund sold. View Strategy Performance Charts You may view the current performance charts for a Strategy by clicking its Chart icon.

In a single view, five separate charted measures of risk and return performance are provided, as described in the About SectorSurfer Charts section below.

Fresh charts are made within a few seconds whenever you make a change to a Strategy to enable evaluation of the change's effects. Fresh charts are also produced: Strategy Information The Strategy Information popup window contains these elements: This is for your reference only, it does not affect the Strategy. See notes just below. The Information icon will be replaced with the warning icon if SectorSurfer detects a problem with one of your Strategies such as one of the funds going defunct.

The warning message will be displayed when the icon is clicked. You can select one in the Strategy Information popup window by clicking the Information icon to the right of the Strategy name. This parameter can be used to make SectorSurfer's algorithms comply with minimum hold time requirements, whether imposed by a particular fund, or by a particular investment plan.

For example, most mutual funds and ETFs have no minimum hold time. However, Fidelity Sector Funds all have a day minimum hold time with a 0. SectorSurfer maintains a file of the minimum hold time and early trading fee for hundreds of popular funds; however, there are many thousands of funds available. If we have the information for your fund, it will be listed in the right column of the Find-A-Fund popup window on the My Strategies page, or in the screen tip text that appears when your mouse pointer is placed over the ticker symbol to display its name.

When SectorSurfer knows the minimum hold time for a fund, it is incorporated into the trading algorithm only if the "Trade Automatic" setting is selected.

In the future, on request, we will add such information for other funds of importance to you to support your custom Strategies. Trade Automatic is the default setting for a good reason. Not only does it watch out for special hold time rules for funds, but it also trades month-end, which almost always performs better than Trade Any Day because it can be shown that the trend signals actually do become more reliable around the end of the month when many fund managers start making next month's changes.

If you are anxious to have a faster responding system, please read about The Faster Response False Dilemma. Changing Minimum Hold Time will cause the algorithm to re-evaluate and determine what the best parameters are for the Strategy, and could result in using a longer or shorter trend measurement period, and consequently a possible change in the one designated as the trend leader. Determining the trend leader depends heavily on the period of time over which the trend is measured.

Imposing a holding period imparts a delay effect much like changing the trend measuring time constants, thus it should be expected that changing the Minimum Hold Time rule will cause a change in the optimum trend measuring time constants. There are in excess of 12, mutual funds and ETFs available to choose from. Please contact us if there is a mutual fund or ETF that is important to you but is not on the list. We will do our best to make it available provided it has at least 3 years of data.

The reason for requiring 3 years of data is that SectorSurfer's algorithm cannot properly characterize a fund that has not seen a variety of market conditions, and you risk the possibility of unexpected Strategy behavior in the future.

If you must have a fund or ETF with shorter duration history, you may be in love with it for the wrong reason. The right reason is having increased probability of higher returns and decreased probability of loss.

A sexy name or low introductory fee is not a sound reason for a financial marriage — long-term character matters. Stocks Available for Strategies: Our database, from FastTrack, contains well over 3, U. SectorSurfer's algorithm cannot properly characterize a stock that has not seen a variety of market conditions, and you risk the possibility of unexpected Strategy behavior in the future. Each time you change one of the ticker symbols, SectorSurfer will re-make your Strategy chart so you can immediately see the effect of your changes.

Changing any ticker symbol or the Strategy minimum hold time causes SectorSurfer to re-evaluate and determine what the best parameters are for the Strategy, and could result in using a longer or shorter trend measurement period, and consequently a possible change in the one designated as the trend leader. Performance ranking last week is not the same as performance ranking last month.

Consider that there are many routes to your favorite restaurant, and right now there is an optimum set of roads in the route. But that may change if some roads are closed and new ones are opened, or if you impose a rule for how frequently you can make a turn. Likewise in a Strategy, there are often multiple sequences of ticker symbols that produce fairly similar results, and small changes to the Strategy can cause a different sequence to become the optimum sequence. Extended History Ticker Symbols The data history length of each of your Strategy ticker symbols can have a profound effect on the projected performance of your Strategy.

For example, if you are modeling a Strategy with the original 9 SPDR sector ETFs and you want to see if additional safety is afforded by adding either IEF or TLT treasury fund ETFs to the Strategy, you will quickly note that neither of these ETFs has data that extends back past mid and thus they cannot suitably model performance of the intended Strategy during the market crash. Some of these symbols can be artificially extended by adding on older data portions taken from another fund that can act as a proxy for this fund during earlier periods.

Leveraged 2x and 3x ETFs require the use of a scale factor when extending them using 1x data. However, 2x and 3x ETFs have other characteristics that require a scale factor somewhat less than would be expected from its name. The main cause of this problem is volatility, which causes daily rebalanced ETFs to decay over time go ahead The scale factors we used were derived from actual performance comparisons during generally rising markets which is the only time the relative scale factor matters with True Sector Rotation.

These extended ticker symbols have a "-" added to them to indicate they are extended versions. A list of the available extended history ticker symbols follows: Extended History Ticker Symbols.

Numerous ready-made Bear Market Strategies have been designed to span the range of aggressiveness and address the problem that long-term treasuries have not always been negatively correlated to stocks. Your objective, as a Strategy designer, is to provide the algorithm with a truly representative sample of Strategy characteristics prior to the specified BornOn Date so that it can properly tune itself. It may inspire contemplation over a glass of red whether these funds have completely crossed the line from that of investing to gambling.

There is not even a remote connection to owning a piece of a company's assets or earnings. Ah, but in the end, is it really any different from owning a pack of faceless companies in a fund that you trade for another pack in just 30 days proving you really are just betting on the froth rather than loyally supporting development of a worthy, innovative corporation?

If you find you acknowledged a trade in error, click the Strategy Trade History icon where you will find the button to undo the trade acknowledgement status in our system not the actual trade at your brokerage. When creating a new Strategy it is important to choose a good entry point into the Strategy's recommended fund.

There is also important and specific trade advice offered when you see the icon. Always be sure to read and consider this important information. Before engaging Fidelity or any broker-dealer, you should evaluate the overall fees and charges of the firm as well as the services provided. Fidelity and BlackRock have entered into a long-term marketing program that compensates Fidelity to promote iShares ETFs; as part of this agreement, Fidelity offers iShares ETFs commission-free online for qualified buyers and sellers.

ETFs are subject to a short—term trading fee by Fidelity, if held less than 30 days. Other conditions and fees may apply. BlackRock is not affiliated with Fidelity or any of their affiliates.

All other marks are the property of their respective owners. This and other information can be found in the Funds' prospectuses or, if available, the summary prospectuses which may be obtained by visiting the iShares Fund and BlackRock Fund prospectus pages. International investing involves risks, including risks related to foreign currency, limited liquidity, less government regulation and the possibility of substantial volatility due to adverse political, economic or other developments.

The Fund could suffer losses related to its derivative positions because of a possible lack of liquidity in the secondary market and as a result of unanticipated market movements, which losses are potentially unlimited. There can be no assurance that the Fund's hedging transactions will be effective.

Investment in a fund of funds is subject to the risks and expenses of the underlying funds. Performance would have been lower without such waivers. Brokerage commissions will reduce returns.

Eastern time when NAV is normally determined for most ETFs , and do not represent the returns you would receive if you traded shares at other times. Index returns are for illustrative purposes only. Index performance returns do not reflect any management fees, transaction costs or expenses.

Indexes are unmanaged and one cannot invest directly in an index. Past performance does not guarantee future results. After-tax returns are calculated using the historical highest individual federal marginal income tax rates and do not reflect the impact of state and local taxes. Actual after-tax returns depend on the investor's tax situation and may differ from those shown.

The after-tax returns shown are not relevant to investors who hold their fund shares through tax-deferred arrangements such as k plans or individual retirement accounts.

Certain sectors and markets perform exceptionally well based on current market conditions and iShares Funds can benefit from that performance. Achieving such exceptional returns involves the risk of volatility and investors should not expect that such results will be repeated. Options involve risk and are not suitable for all investors. Prior to buying or selling an option, a person must receive a copy of "Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Options.

Read the prospectus carefully before investing. Investing involves risk, including possible loss of principal. Before engaging Fidelity or any broker-dealer, you should evaluate the overall fees and charges of the firm as well as the services provided. Fidelity and BlackRock have entered into a long-term marketing program that compensates Fidelity to promote iShares ETFs; as part of this agreement, Fidelity offers iShares ETFs commission-free online for qualified buyers and sellers.

ETFs are subject to a short—term trading fee by Fidelity, if held less than 30 days. Other conditions and fees may apply. BlackRock is not affiliated with Fidelity or any of their affiliates. All other marks are the property of their respective owners. This and other information can be found in the Funds' prospectuses or, if available, the summary prospectuses which may be obtained by visiting the iShares Fund and BlackRock Fund prospectus pages.

International investing involves risks, including risks related to foreign currency, limited liquidity, less government regulation and the possibility of substantial volatility due to adverse political, economic or other developments.

The iShares Minimum Volatility ETFs may experience more than minimum volatility as there is no guarantee that the underlying index's strategy of seeking to lower volatility will be successful. Performance would have been lower without such waivers. Brokerage commissions will reduce returns. Eastern time when NAV is normally determined for most ETFs , and do not represent the returns you would receive if you traded shares at other times.

Index returns are for illustrative purposes only. Index performance returns do not reflect any management fees, transaction costs or expenses.

Indexes are unmanaged and one cannot invest directly in an index. Past performance does not guarantee future results. After-tax returns are calculated using the historical highest individual federal marginal income tax rates and do not reflect the impact of state and local taxes. Actual after-tax returns depend on the investor's tax situation and may differ from those shown.

The after-tax returns shown are not relevant to investors who hold their fund shares through tax-deferred arrangements such as k plans or individual retirement accounts. Certain sectors and markets perform exceptionally well based on current market conditions and iShares Funds can benefit from that performance.

Achieving such exceptional returns involves the risk of volatility and investors should not expect that such results will be repeated. Options involve risk and are not suitable for all investors.

Prior to buying or selling an option, a person must receive a copy of "Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Options. The document contains information on options issued by The Options Clearing Corporation.