The S&P Risk-Managed Target Date Indices are designed to measure the performance of a set of weighted-return indices, each aligned with specific target date years. Each S&P Risk-Managed Target Date Index consists of two component indices: a baseline S&P Target Date Index based on an underlying glide path (conservative, moderate, or aggressive) and an S&P 500 Managed Risk 2.0 Index. The S&P 500 Managed Risk 2.0 Index seeks to stabilize the volatility around a target level and provide downside protection during sustained market declines.
All information for an index prior to its Launch Date is hypothetical back-tested, not actual performance, based on the index methodology in effect on the Launch Date. Back-tested performance reflects application of an index methodology and selection of index constituents with the benefit of hindsight and knowledge of factors that may have positively affected its performance, cannot account for all financial risk that may affect results and may be considered to reflect survivor/look ahead bias. Actual returns may differ significantly from, and be lower than, back-tested returns. Past performance is not an indication or guarantee of future results. This back-tested data may have been created using a “Backward Data Assumption”. For more information on “Backward Data Assumption” and back-testing in general, please see the Performance Disclosure.