Achieving DFA-style performance with ETFs.
When it comes to isolating the small-value factor, sometimes a higher expense ratio is justifiable.
Knowing all about size and style can enhance returns and limit losses.
The 2003 tax cut put the thrill back in high-yield investing. By reducing the top tax rate on corporate payouts from 38.6 percent to 15 percent, the new law instantly made dividend paying stocks more attractive.
At last a detailed examination of the real effect of unqualified dividends in an ETF portfolio. The actual effect is somewhat less than the hype around the issue.