Guggenheim BulletShares 2020 Corporate Bond ETF

NAV $21.00
Change $0.01 / 0.05%
As of 3/23/18

Market Close $21.00
Change $0.00 / 0.00%
As of 3/23/18


Oct 2017 - Dec 2017

Greatest Premium (12/21/2017) 0.31% Number of days at:
Greatest Discount (11/8/2017) 0.02% Premium 63
# of Days within +0.5% and -0.5% 63 NAV 0
% of Days within +0.5% and -0.5% 100% Discount 0

Jul 2017 - Sep 2017

Greatest Premium (8/14/2017) 0.35% Number of days at:
Greatest Discount (7/28/2017) 0.19% Premium 63
# of Days within +0.5% and -0.5% 63 NAV 0
% of Days within +0.5% and -0.5% 100% Discount 0

Apr 2017 - Jun 2017

Greatest Premium (4/12/2017) 0.37% Number of days at:
Greatest Discount (4/27/2017) 0.05% Premium 63
# of Days within +0.5% and -0.5% 63 NAV 0
% of Days within +0.5% and -0.5% 100% Discount 0

Jan 2017 - Mar 2017

Greatest Premium (3/13/2017) 0.40% Number of days at:
Greatest Discount (1/26/2017) 0.14% Premium 62
# of Days within +0.5% and -0.5% 62 NAV 0
% of Days within +0.5% and -0.5% 100% Discount 0

Oct 2016 - Dec 2016

Greatest Premium (11/15/2016) 0.45% Number of days at:
Greatest Discount (11/25/2016) -10.58% Premium 58
# of Days within +0.5% and -0.5% 62 NAV 2
% of Days within +0.5% and -0.5% 0% Discount 3

Jul 2016 - Sep 2016

Greatest Premium (7/1/2016) 0.46% Number of days at:
Greatest Discount (7/13/2016) 0.14% Premium 64
# of Days within +0.5% and -0.5% 64 NAV 0
% of Days within +0.5% and -0.5% 100% Discount 0

Chart Description

Shareholders may pay more than net asset value when they buy shares of an ETF and receive less than net asset value when they sell those shares, because shares are bought and sold at current market prices. The chart above provides information about the difference between the daily market closing price for shares of the Fund and the Fund's net asset value (NAV). The chart's vertical axis shows the premium or discount expressed as a percentage of NAV. The horizontal axis indicates the number of trading days in the period covered by the chart. Each bar in the chart shows the number of trading days in which the Fund traded within the premium/discount range indicated.

Why is there a difference between NAV and Bid/Ask Midpoint?

The NAV represents the fund's assets less its liabilities on a per share basis as calculated by the fund's administrator. The bid/ask midpoint is the midpoint of the highest bid and lowest offer in the listing exchange at the time that the NAV is calculated, usually 4 p.m. EST. As a practical matter, information is constantly flowing to and among investors, corporations, and financial institutions that affects their outlook on the financial markets and the value of securities. This process, known as price discovery, is why market prices change and evolve throughout the trading day. It is important to note that even when markets are closed, the price discovery process continues 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Reasons for Possible Timing Discrepancies:

1. Closing of Trading Times: The NAV of the GuggenheimShares ETFs normally is calculated using prices as of 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Each GuggenheimShares ETF normally trades on its respective stock exchange until 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
2. Time of Last Trade: Trading generally takes place throughout the normal trading hours for GuggenheimShares ETFs on the listing exchange on which it is listed (generally 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time). At times, many trades are placed in rapid succession. At other intervals, little or no trading activity may take place. It is important to note that the date/time of the last trade (which is recorded as the Market Close) may not take place at exactly 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time when the GuggenheimShares ETFs normally calculate NAV. The date/time of the last trade sometimes may occur before 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Thus, ongoing price discovery may result in a deviation between the price recorded as the Closing Price and the NAV of the fund shares calculated at 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

Risk Considerations Investors should consider the following risk factors and special considerations associated with investing in the fund, which may cause you to lose money, including the entire principal amount that you invest. Interest Rate Risk: As interest rates rise, the value of fixed-income securities held by the fund are likely to decrease. Securities with longer durations tend to be more sensitive to interest rate changes, making them more volatile than securities with shorter durations. Credit/Default Risk: Issuers or guarantors of debt instruments or the counterparty to a repurchase agreement or loan of portfolio securities may be unable or unwilling to make timely interest and/or principal payments or otherwise honor its obligations. Debt instruments are subject to varying degrees of credit risk, which may be reflected in credit ratings. Securities issued by the U.S. government generally have less credit risk than debt securities of non-government issuers. However, securities issued by certain U.S. government agencies are not necessarily backed by the full faith and credit of the U.S. government. Credit rating downgrades and defaults (failure to make interest or principal payment) may potentially reduce the fund’s income and share price. Asset Class Risk: The bonds in the fund’s portfolio may underperform the returns of other bonds or indexes that track other industries, markets, asset classes or sectors. Call Risk/Prepayment Risk: During periods of falling interest rates, an issuer of a callable bond may exercise its right to pay principal on an obligation earlier than expected. This may result in the fund’s having to reinvest proceeds at lower interest rates, resulting in a decline in the fund’s income. Extension Risk: An issuer may exercise its right to pay principal on an obligation later than expected. This may happen when there is a rise in interest rates. Under these circumstances, the value of the obligation will decrease and the fund’s performance may suffer from its inability to invest in higher yielding securities. Income Risk: Falling interest rates may cause the fund’s income to decline. Liquidity Risk: If the fund invests in illiquid securities or securities that become illiquid, fund returns may be reduced because the fund may be unable to sell the illiquid securities at an advantageous time or price. Declining Yield Risk: During the final year of the fund’s operations, as the bonds held by the fund mature and the fund’s portfolio transitions to cash and cash equivalents, the fund’s yield will generally tend to move toward the yield of cash and cash equivalents and thus may be lower than the yields of the bonds previously held by the fund and/or prevailing yields for bonds in the market. Fluctuation of Yield and Liquidation Amount Risk: The fund, unlike a direct investment in a bond that as a level coupon payment and a fixed payment at maturity, will make distributions of income that vary over time. Unlike a direct investment in bonds, the breakdown of returns between fund distributions and liquidation proceeds are not predictable at the time of your investment. For example, at times during the fund’s existence, it may make distributions at a greater (or lesser) rate than the coupon payments received on the fund’s portfolio, which will result in the fund returning a lesser (or greater) amount on liquidation than would otherwise be the case. The rate of fund distribution payments may adversely affect the tax characterization of your returns from an investment in the fund relative to a direct investment in corporate bonds. If the amount you receive as liquidation proceeds upon the fund’s termination is higher or lower than your cost basis, you may experience a gain or loss for tax purposes. Financial Services Sector Risk: The financial services industries are subject to extensive government regulation, can be subject to relatively rapid change due to increasingly blurred distinctions between service segments, and can be significantly affected by availability and cost of capital funds, changes in interest rates, the rate of corporate and consumer debt defaults, and price competition. Consumer Discretionary Sector Risk: The success of consumer product manufacturers and retailers is tied closely to the performance of the overall domestic and international economy, interest rates, competitive and consumer confidence. Success depends heavily on disposable household income and consumer spending Concentration Risk: If the index concentrates in an industry or group of industries, the fund’s investments will be concentrated accordingly. In such event, the value of the fund’s shares may rise and fall more than the value of shares of a fund that invests in securities of companies in a broader range of industries. In addition, the funds are subject to: Non-correlation risk, Replication Management Risk, Issuer-Specific Changes and Non-Diversified Fund Risk. Please read the prospectus for more detailed Information regarding these and other risks.

Fund data is subject to change on a daily basis.

Composition is subject to change. Information provided is for illustration purposes only and may not reflect current investments by the fund. Referenced companies are not affiliated with Guggenheim Investments and Guggenheim Investments does not sponsor, endorse, sell or promote the referenced companies.

Performance displayed represents past performance, which is no guarantee of future results. Investment returns and principal value will fluctuate so that when shares are redeemed, they may be worth more or less than original cost. Total returns reflect the reinvestment of all dividends. Current performance may be lower or higher than the performance data quoted. For up-to-date fund performance, including performance current to the most recent month-end, please visit the ETF performance page. ETFs are subject to third party transaction fees/commissions. Net asset value (NAV) is calculated by subtracting total liabilities from total assets, then dividing by the number of shares outstanding. Market close is the last price at which shares are traded. Fund shares may trade at, above or below NAV. For additional information, see the fund’s prospectus.

Read a prospectus and summary prospectus (if available) carefully before investing. It contains the investment objective, risks charges, expenses and the other information, which should be considered carefully before investing. To obtain a prospectus and summary prospectus (if available) click here or call 800.820.0888.

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