Elisabeth Kashner

Elisabeth Kashner is FactSet's director of ETF research. She is responsible for the methodology powering FactSet's Analytics system, providing leadership in data quality, investment analysis and ETF classification. Kashner also serves as co-head of the San Francisco chapter of Women in ETFs.

ETF.com Analysis

Staying Out Of The ETF Graveyard

A shift in culture means changes to how FactSet evaluates closure risk.

Features and News

February ETF Flows Point To Passive Opportunity

Cheap vanilla funds are missing from many ETF segments, which present new opportunity.

Features and News

Actively Managed ETFs Just Had A Great Month

Inflows to active funds in January grew at a quicker pace than usual.

Features and News

2016: Year Of ETF Investors Acting Rationally

Plain-vanilla funds punch above their weight, strategic beta lags.

ETF.com Analysis

ETF Innovation A Tough Sell In 2016

Investors gravitate toward the tried-and-true funds.

ETF.com Analysis

How Well Run Is Your ETF?

Tracking difference can be up for interpretation based on variations in input data.

Features and News

Strategic Beta Blooming In Bond Land

Strategic beta bond funds offer everyday investors increasingly precise tools, but you need to know how they work.

ETF Report

 Bold Strategic Beta In Bond Land

Strategic beta bond funds offer everyday investors increasingly precise tools, but you need to know how they work.

ETF Report

 Navigating The Strategic Beta Explosion

What all those smart-beta ETF names actually mean for your portfolio.