Are financial advisors involved in the supervision of my portfolio?

No. We believe over the long term, properly designed and tested software that implements time tested passive investment rules will outperform the judgment of almost any financial advisor, especially those who attempt to select particular securities and/or time the securities markets. Therefore, we see no need for a financial advisor to oversee your portfolio. That being said, our compliance systems and professionals continuously monitor your portfolio for adherence to our investment strategy, investment features and their implementation.

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