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, 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. Analysis

Inside Trendpilot ETNs’ Aim To Tame Risk

Does a risk-on/risk-off downside hedge work in the real world? Analysis

SPHB Vs. SPLV—Which Beta Is Smarter?

High beta works great when markets are up, right? Well, not quite. Analysis

New ETF Sells Options For Income

Can a fund that doesn’t hold any stocks or bonds produce consistent income? Analysis

Low Vol Goes Small In PowerShares ETFs

PowerShares looks to capitalize on the stunning success of low-volatility ETFs with small- and midcap spinoff ETFs. Analysis

3 Off-The-Shelf Inflation-Fighter ETFs

A number of inflation-fighting ETFs are available to investors, but how do they work? Analysis

Share Buybacks With ETFs

ETFs offer ready-made buyback bandwagons. Should you hop on?


Features and News

Stock-Picking Dorsey ETF 'PDP' Gathers Steam

PDP, Tom Dorsey’s relative-strength strategy in an ETF wrapper, is gaining ground with investors. Analysis

ETFs’ Rising Tide Fails To Lift All Boats

While there’s no denying ETFs’ continuing growth in 2012, the space remains a tale of two cities—rich and poor. Analysis

Beyond XRT: 2013 Outlook For Retail ETFs

The holidays may be over, but that’s why ’tis the season to take measure of the world of retail ETFs.