The Fund seeks to maximize total investment return for an aggressive level of risk.
The Fund aims to provide diversification across major asset classes − U.S. stocks, international stocks and bonds − by investing primarily in underlying mutual funds offered by Nationwide Mutual Funds. Depending on its target risk level, the Fund invests different amounts in these asset classes and underlying funds.
Portfolio management Nationwide Fund Advisors
Thomas R. Hickey Jr., portfolio manager, is responsible for the day-to-day management of the Fund, including selection of the Fund's investments.
You can find more detailed information about the Fund in the summary prospectus, prospectus and other fund documents. You should carefully read the
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Important Disclosures Investors should carefully consider a fund's (and each of its underlying funds') investment objectives, risks, fees, charges and expenses before investing any money. To obtain this and other information on Nationwide Funds, please call 1-800-848-0920 to request a summary prospectus and/or a prospectus, or download a summary prospectus and/or a prospectus at nationwide.com/mutualfunds. Please read it carefully before investing any money.
The Nationwide Investor Destinations Funds are designed to provide diversification across a variety of asset classes, primarily by investing in underlying funds. Therefore, in addition to the expenses of the Nationwide Investor Destinations Funds, each investor is indirectly paying a proportionate share of the applicable fees and expenses of the underlying funds.
Asset allocation is the process of spreading assets across several different investment styles and asset classes. The purpose is to potentially reduce long-term risk and capture potential profits across various asset classes.
There is no assurance that the investment objective of any fund (or that of any underlying fund) will be achieved, nor that a diversified portfolio will produce better results than a nondiversified portfolio. Diversification does not guarantee returns or insulate an investor from potential losses, including the possible loss of principal.
The Fund is subject to different levels of risk, based on the types and sizes of its underlying asset class allocations and its allocation strategy. In addition, the Fund’s underlying funds may be subject to specific investment risks such as those associated with: (i) bonds and short-term instruments, (ii) small companies, (iii) mid-sized companies, (iv) international securities, (v) real estate investment trusts (REITs), and (vi) initial public offerings (IPOs).