As a growing number of new ETFs straddle the line between active and passive, investors are faced with a dizzying array of increasingly complex choices. Here's the compass you need to navigate.
Your dividend ETF might have another trick up its sleeve: efficient exposure to the quality and value premiums.
Morningstar lays out a sensible approach to so-called “smart beta,” including a name change.
There are a number of issues that lurk beneath the surface.
Near-term interest-rate risk doesn't change the core qualities that investors should look for in dividend-strategy exchange-traded funds.
This dividend ETF has a compelling strategy, but its expense ratio induces sticker shock.
Schwab U.S. Dividend Equity stands out from the crowd with its rock-bottom expense ratio and emphasis on sustainable income.
Equity ETFs are on track for a record year of inflows, while fixed-income ETF investors are rotating to shorter-duration funds.
Dividend strategies may offer a lower-risk way to take advantage of the value premium.
The new breed of dividend-themed ETFs offer some improvements, but our old favorites are still worthy of consideration.