While the firm's fee is compelling, indexing isn't as appealing a proposition in the high-yield space.
ETFs' structure makes them more tax-efficient than their mutual fund counterparts.
A compelling option for exposure to a narrow segment of the fixed-income market.
The menu of dividend ETFs features something for every palate.
A low fee and broad diversification make this fund a top choice.
When selecting dividend ETFs, investors should look beyond funds' current yield.
Many of the historical arguments for favoring one's home market no longer hold water.
Highly skilled players, fierce competition, and split spoils.
Providers continue to innovate, changing the nature of indexing.