Here's how these 2016 ETF picks worked out
The benchmark change is not very significant, but we encourage investors to consider some non-cap-weighted options.
Low-volatility emerging-markets ETF can reduce risk and still provide diversification benefits investors seek.
The case for index investing rests on the index fund's cost advantage and how representative it is of its actively managed peers, not market efficiency.
This ETF provides broad and low-cost exposure to an attractively valued market.
MSCI will answer this question with its June 14 announcement regarding changes to its indexes.
Vanguard uses this fund in its target-date and LifeStrategy funds.
It's just a matter of time before China A-shares enter emerging-markets indexes.
Foreign stocks can be riskier than their U.S. counterparts, but it is possible to mitigate this risk.
Index funds are likely to add China A-Shares in the coming years.