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This dividend ETF has a compelling strategy, but its expense ratio induces sticker shock.
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.
Demanding a quick return and shorter payback, investors bid up higher-yielding but potentially slower-growing stocks.
Schwab U.S. Dividend Equity stands out from the crowd with its rock-bottom expense ratio and emphasis on sustainable income.
Investors have shunned stocks, creating opportunities for those with underweightings in equities.