Investments are subject to risk, including the loss of principal. Because investment return and principal value fluctuate, shares may be worth more or less than original value. Stock investments fluctuate in response to company-specific factors and general market, political, regulatory, and economic conditions. Dollar-cost averaging plans do not assure a profit or protect against loss in declining markets. Such plans involve continuous investment, regardless of market conditions. Markets will fluctuate, and clients must consider their ability to continue investing during periods of low price levels. The purchase of bonds is subject to availability and market conditions. There is an inverse relationship between the price of bonds and the yield: when price goes up, yield goes down, and vice versa. Market risk is a consideration if sold or redeemed prior to maturity. Some bonds have call features that may affect income. Municipal bonds are federally tax-free but may be subject to state and local taxes, and interest income may be subject to federal alternative minimum tax (AMT). Investing in alternative investments may not be suitable for all investors and involves special risks, such as risk associated with leveraging the investment, potential adverse market forces, regulatory changes, and potential illiquidity. There is no assurance that the investment objective will be attained. A private or nontraded real estate investment trust (REIT) is a REIT that is not traded on any public stock exchange. A nontraded REIT lacks themarketable liquidity of a publicly traded REIT and may be difficult to redeemat any price. You should consult with your financial advisor and carefully consider your short-term and long-term liquidity needs. Real estate investments are subject to a high degree of risk because of general economic or local market conditions; changes in supply or demand; competing properties in an area; changes in interest rates; and changes in tax, real estate, environmental, or zoning laws and regulations. Real estate units/shares fluctuate in value and may be redeemed for more or less than the original amount invested. Structured products are complex, illiquid investments whose returns may be based on the underlying price movements of a single security, a basket of securities, an index, a commodity, a debt issuance, and/or a foreign currency. Many economic and market factors will affect the value of structured products, and such factors may offset or magnify each other. Risk factors may include interest rate levels, implied volatility, and time remaining to maturity. Other risks may apply. Please carefully review the disclosure document or offering memorandum before investing. Emerging market and international investments involve higher risks than investments from developed countries and also involve increased risks due to differences in accounting methods, foreign taxation, economic, political or financial instability, lack of timely or reliable information and currency fluctuation. Futures trading is speculative, involves substantial risk, and is not suitable for all investors. Risks include the following: there is the potential loss of your total investment; the funds are highly leveraged; your investment could be illiquid; performance is expected to be volatile; an investment in the fund may not diversify an overall portfolio; and increased competition from other trend-following traders could reduce the fund's profitability.