Passively managed funds are a viable option thanks to low fees.
Low fees and broad exposure to the commercial real estate market make this fund a solid choice.
With a razor-thin expense ratio and 60% of its holdings sporting wide moats, this exchange-traded fund is suitable as a core holding.
This MLP exchange-traded note isn't revolutionary, but it has fewer structural issues than other popular exchange-traded products.
Your dividend ETF might have another trick up its sleeve: efficient exposure to the quality and value premiums.
This dividend ETF has a compelling strategy, but its expense ratio induces sticker shock.
Lending programs generate fees that can offset some of a fund's operating costs.
This convertible-bond ETF might offer attractive risk-adjusted return compared with traditional equity investments.
Actively managed real estate funds have struggled to earn their keep over the past decade. But is the tide turning?
Plan design features such as auto-enroll and auto-escalate, as well as default options and managed account solutions are helping investors get what they need out of their 401(k) plans.
Schwab U.S. Dividend Equity stands out from the crowd with its rock-bottom expense ratio and emphasis on sustainable income.
The interest-rate concerns that have left REITs in the dust this year may be overblown.
This broad-basket commodity exchange-traded fund uses market-price signals to construct its index--with mixed results.
Near-term interest-rate risk doesn't change the core qualities that investors should look for in dividend-strategy exchange-traded funds.
The newest energy infrastructure ETFs try to avoid the structural shortcomings of existing MLP products.
This short-duration TIPS ETF offers less interest-rate sensitivity and better inflation protection.
Our third article for young ETF investors highlights the benefits of using an IRA.
Although this ETF offers almost unparalleled yield, it comes with significant risk.
The short answer: No.
Don't forget about quality when investing in dividend-paying companies abroad.
While investors have flocked to an MLP exchange-traded fund, we recommend sticking with exchange-traded notes for this asset class.
Although commodities have struggled recently, this ETF is a good choice for investors optimistic about the sector.
Our second article for young ETF investors focuses on a topic that most tend to overlook.
High quality and low volatility give this international dividend ETF an edge.
Beginning the investing process doesn't have to be intimidating. From start to finish, we've constructed easy-to-execute ETF portfolios for new investors.
Preferred stocks' high yields may be alluring to income-seekers, but investors should approach this space with caution.
"Inflation-protected" doesn't always translate to inflation hedging. It's time to debunk common myths about the role of TIPS and the ETFs that buy them.
Despite huge inflows this year, this MLP fund has some serious drawbacks.
A well-diversified commodity ETF with a unique weighting methodology.
Exchange-traded products give investors broad access to this desirable asset class, but resulting structural complications require close examination.
Investors seeking yield in REITs have been rewarded, but don't expect great diversification anymore.