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Tue, 10 Dec 2013

"Smart beta" exchange-traded funds and mutual funds are everywhere these days. Morningstar has found at least 165 of these products, which attempt to gain broad asset-class exposure using non-market-capitalization-weighted schemes, often using factors such as value, momentum, and quality. Collectiv

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