These ETFs have potential to deliver attractive performance over the long term.
Concerns over the valuations of this fund's holdings are overblown.
Not all dividend strategies are the same.
Stable companies are only part of the equation.
Are these new ETP formats a better mousetrap? Or a solution in search of a problem?
We are now able to offer valuation insights on an even wider spectrum of global stock markets.
This portfolio targets stocks of all sizes with attractive value, momentum, and quality characteristics.
A closer look at three approaches to boost income without loading up on the riskiest areas of the market.
Trim risk while staying diversified.
They're just stocks that look a little different.
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.
This high-yield bond ETF uses forward-looking market information to keep risk in check.
Liquid alternatives can diversify risk, but most do little to improve traditional portfolios.
Diversification and low fees are a compelling combination.
Bigger yields require patience.
A compelling option for exposure to a narrow segment of the fixed-income market.
The menu of dividend ETFs features something for every palate.
Small-cap index investing works, just don't do it with the Russell 2000.
Quality and value investment strategies often introduce ancillary sector bets, but it is probably prudent to constrain them.
Growth leans toward quality.
Don't overthink it.
A low fee and broad diversification make this fund a top choice.
When selecting dividend ETFs, investors should look beyond funds' current yield.
This strategy aggressively pursues value and momentum stocks, while attempting to cut downside risk.
Bad performance tends to cluster.
Vanguard International High Dividend Yield ETF's ability to control risk is a big appeal.
The advantage is marginal.
Many of the historical arguments for favoring one's home market no longer hold water.
Highly skilled players, fierce competition, and split spoils.
This fund finds small-cap U.S. dividend-payers while maintaining broad diversification.
Increase your odds of investing success by managing the risk of your behavioral biases.
There are other variables at work.
A recent Morningstar study found that high-conviction managers haven't outperformed their better-diversified counterparts.
Diversification potential comes with some risk.
Attempting to time changes in foreign-exchange rates hurts long-term performance.
Small caps can play a bit part in a diversified portfolio.
There is no avoiding risk, so investors must understand the risks they take and learn how to harness them to their benefit.
This exchange-traded fund targets high-quality stocks that can sustain or grow their dividend payments.
One size does not fit all when it comes to how index providers segment the U.S. equity market.
Changes in market volatility may be helpful for timing exposure to momentum and low-volatility funds.
It's hard to succeed with tactical bets, but simple momentum and contrarian strategies show some promise for tactical allocation.
Capturing the evolving composition of the emerging-markets universe.
The composition of emerging markets continues to evolve.
These eight investment principles can help you focus on what's most important.
Value isn't dead, it's just been dormant.
A one-stop holding for exposure to the U.S. stock market.
These funds haven't met performance expectations and are difficult to use in a broader portfolio.
This ETF uses offensive and defensive momentum signals for tactical asset allocation.
Set an appropriate asset allocation, build it with strong core funds, and stick with them for the long haul.