Dividend strategies can look and behave differently from one another depending on how they manage the trade-off between income and dividend growth.
Schwab U.S. Dividend Equity ETF is a solid core holding with an income orientation.
This quality strategy looks beyond past dividend growth.
This dividend strategy has shone during market downturns by favoring companies with durable competitive advantages.
Much of what investors need to know about strategic-beta funds has already been learned from decades of examining active strategies and how investors vet them and put them to use.
A look at the worldview and investment philosophy of one of the great investors of our time. Plus, four ETFs that we believe have many of the characteristics that Munger (and Buffett) look for.
Beta may be boring, but it provides the majority of funds' returns.
Comparing active and passive approaches to dividend investing.
Popular dividend-oriented ETFs that tilt toward yield or dividend growth have their roots in the teachings of Ben Graham.
The exchange-traded fund universe is as vast and absurd as a Las Vegas buffet. Here's how to pick the best factor funds.