Paul Britt

Paul Britt, CFA, is a senior analyst in the ETF Analytics group at FactSet, a team that maintains and develops an industry-leading suite of ETF-related data and analytics products. Prior to joining FactSet in April 2015, he was a senior analyst at ETF.com, where he performed a similar role, and worked in private placement at Pensco Trust. Paul holds a B.S. from RIT and an M.S. in financial analysis from the University of San Francisco.

ETF.com Analysis

Keep VXX On A Short Leash

Extreme volatility. There’s an ETF for that, right?

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The Other S&P Committee

A committee approach makes sense for rating sovereign debt. But not for making equity indexes like the S&P 500.

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 The Point Of Absolute-Return ETFs

Even the name stirs controversy. Whether called absolute return, hedge fund style or alternative assets, this group of ETFs boldly veers off the well-trodden path of beta-one passive investing.

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Playing Defense With ETFs

Anxiety in financial markets is high these days, but can some of the newer ETFs help investors ride the storms more smoothly?

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Is ‘Enhanced Beta’ Too Much?

Recently launched 'enhanced' or 'intelligent' beta ETFs from Russell and PowerShares offer more ways to slice and dice U.S. equities. Is it too much of a good thing?

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Low P/Es for Big Tech ETFs

Tech stocks currently trade at price to earnings ratios lower than that of the broad market. What does this mean for big tech ETFs?

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XVIX At Six Months

Volatility play? Contango killer? Hedging Tool? It’s none of the above.

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Arnott’s PRF Is No Witchcraft

Indexing legend John Bogle, according to Bloomberg, called fundamental indexing “witchcraft,” but I think he’s pretty far off the mark.

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Time To Love Midcap ETFs

If large-cap ETFs are luxury sedans, and small-caps are sexy sports cars, then midcaps seem to be minivans. It isn't fair.