A Closer Look at 3 Strong Multifactor ETFs
These exchange-traded funds are all worthy of consideration, but there are important differences among them that can affect their performance.
This article is part of Morningstar's Guide to Passive Investing special report.
Multifactor funds imitate active strategies that have been successful in the past and reduce risk by diversifying across those that tend to work at different times. They charge much less than traditional active managers and follow a set of predefined rules, eliminating key-person risk. These are all desirable traits.
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