The ETF issuer didn’t want to just join the fee war, it wanted to win.
It has a smart-beta twist, to boot.
Northern Trust's FlexShares rolls out actively managed investment-grade fixed-income ETF
With almost a dozen to choose from, investors have plenty of options when it comes to low-volatility ETFs.
Be careful what you wish for: Most of the U.S. ETFs that delivered alpha had risk-adjusted underperformance, not outperformance.
Russell calls it quits as an ETF sponsor, finally shuttering its last ETF amid lack of investor interest.
Definitions have remained elusive.
In a world without 'smart beta,' strategy is king.
Low volatility's recent rough patch points to one big question: What is really going on here?