Alpha Architect ETF Overview

Alpha Architect has 5 ETFs traded in the U.S. markets with total assets under management of $491.44 M and an average expense ratio of 0.79%.

The largest Alpha Architect ETF is the Alpha Architect U.S. Quantitative Value ETF (QVAL) with $126.72 M in assets. In the last 12 months, the best performing Alpha Architect ETF was the Alpha Architect U.S. Quantitative Momentum ETF (QMOM) at 26.99%. The most-recent ETF launched by Alpha Architect was the Alpha Architect Value Momentum Trend ETF (VMOT) in May 2017.

Alpha Architect offers ETFs in the following asset classes:

  • Equity

Features and News

ETFs With The Lowest Valuations

Price-to-earnings ratios below 10 are rare for U.S.-focused funds, but common for emerging market ETFs.

Features and News

ETF Investors Talk Market Turmoil

From the end of complacency to staying the course, ETF strategists are calling what they see as best ideas in the face of a market downturn.  

ETF Report

Colliding Factors In A Single Factor Fund

Different approaches to the momentum factor have translated into massively divergent returns this year.

ETF Report

 New ETF Launches

New fund-of-funds offers value, momentum and trend exposure. Plus our list of launches, filings and closures for May.

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: Trend-Following Factor Fund Debuts

Alpha Architect's new ETF will invest in its other ETFs to combine value and momentum exposures with a trend-following hedging strategy. 

Features and News

ETFs With The Lowest Valuations: 2017

With the U.S. stock market trading at lofty P/E ratios, value investors must look elsewhere to find bargains.

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: Value/Momentum Fund Planned

Alpha Architect files for an ETF that will invest in its other ETFs.

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: Franklin Debuts Active Global Fund

New fund relies on local insight and has few constraints on where it can invest.

ETF Strategist Corner

How ETFs Are Impacting Asset Pricing

The enormous growth of ETFs is drawing research into their effect on underlying assets.