Why invest in a single factor ETF when you can invest in a multifactor ETF? As the author of today’s article notes, “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.” When it comes to selecting a multifactor fund, however, the author cautions that seemingly similar funds can actually behave quite differently for a number of reasons. He proceeds to delve into three multifactor ETFs, all of which he sees as solid options – but one of which might have a slight edge. CLICK HERE.
Assessing Multiple Multifactor ETFs: Which Comes Out On Top?
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