The security is being delisted. The last day of trading on an exchange is December 12, 2023. CPI offers a multi-asset exposure consisting of equity, fixed income, and commodity, that are expected to benefit directly or indirectly from inflation. The index includes US large-cap stocks, US Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS) from short- to long-term, and commodities. The index is usually rebalanced monthly and holds 500-600 securities. At each rebalance, the exposures of the index consist of 60% TIPS, with a bias toward shorter duration and weighted based on market value, 30% equities, tilting towards sectors expected to benefit from inflation and weighted based on a modified market-cap, and 10% commodities, typically through investments in ETFs and/or other exchange-traded vehicles. The funds huge stake in short-term TIPS can lower volatility but doesnt help returns much, and elevates correlations with fixed income. Prior to Feb. 28, 2022, the fund tracked the IQ Real Return Index, which also offered an inflation hedge strategy in a fund-of-funds structure.