S&P 500 High Beta Index ETF Overview

With 1 ETFs traded in the U.S. markets, S&P 500 High Beta Index ETFs gather total assets under management of $121.48M. The average expense ratio is 0.25%. S&P 500 High Beta Index ETFs can be found in the following asset classes:

  • Equity

Features and News

Many ETF Ways To Own S&P 500

In the vast universe of ETFs, plain vanilla is only one of the flavors you can choose from.

Daily ETF Watch

Salt Financial Plans ETF

Fund expected to exhibit higher volatility and outperform the broad market in bullish scenarios.

Features and News

Actively Managed ETFs Just Had A Great Month

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

Daily ETF Watch

Daily ETF Watch: More S&P 500 Smart Beta

PowerShares plans three more smart-beta funds derived from the S&P 500.

Features and News

SPLV Vs. SPHB: Risk Aversion Paying Off

In the past year, opting for a low volatility take on the S&P 500 has been a better bet than choosing high risk.

Daily ETF Watch

Daily ETF Watch: Smart Beta S&P 500 Fund

PowerShares plans another S&P 500-based smart-beta ETF, this one targeting low volatility and low rate sensitivity.

ETF Strategist Corner

‘Smart Beta’: Bridging Active Vs. Passive

In a world divided into active and passive camps, ‘smart beta’ is emerging as an interesting middle ground.

Features and News

4 Of The Biggest Risks Related To ETFs

Looking under the hood of any fund you own can prevent a lot of surprises.

ETF.com Analysis

Nadig: Hougan’s Misguided SPHB Pick

If you want higher-risk exposure on the S&P, SPHB isn’t really the best choice, Nadig says.