The underlying numbers suggest there’s nothing special about the approach.
iShares has switched indexes on three of its funds.
Plenty of country plays look cheap, but the devil is in the details when it comes to value investing.
Definitions have remained elusive.
By including factor tilts in smart beta’s definition, you get a mishmash of ETFs.
Low-volatility ETFs seem to be delivering on their promise, and investors are responding with assets.
Three of the five factor-based ETFs being launched are seeded with $100 million each from the Arizona State Retirement.
iShares looks to add two factor-based ETFs to its product lineup.