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ETF Expected Excess Return

This is the difference between an ETF's expected return and its hurdle rate. The expected excess return is a risk-adjusted measure that's net of the ETF's annual expense ratio. It can be thought of as the "alpha" that an ETF is expected to deliver given its current price, our fair value estimate, and the portfolio's risk profile (as measured by its weighted-average cost of equity).

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