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

'Fiscal Cliff' Notes On Using VIX ETPs

With Washington, D.C. dithering, is now the perfect time for a VIX-related volatility ETP? Analysis

Investors Pile Into Newer Resources ETFs

The popularity of the resources theme is creating more viable ETF choices. Analysis

PHDG Is Another Take On Low-Risk ETFs

A new ‘black-swan killer’ from PowerShares takes aim. Analysis

Dividend ETFs: High Yield Vs. High Return

Yield should be the second number you look at in choosing a high-dividend yield fund. Analysis

Tilting Toward Value ETFs: VLU and TILT

Choices abound for factor-based coverage of U.S. equities. Some of them even make sense. Analysis

IEFA: Better Than EFA For The Long Haul

The new iShares 'IEFA' fund is a better choice for long-term investors than sister fund EFA, but it isn’t perfect.

Features and News

ETF Fee War Blurs Other Costs

Index-based investing is getting cheaper, and more confusing. Analysis

Vanguard's Changes And Large-Cap ETFs

Vanguard’s index changes are an opportunity to revisit your large-cap allocation. Analysis

Schwab ETFs Just Got Better

Sometimes price markdowns are applied to substandard goods, like overripe fruit or last season’s fashions. Not so with Schwab’s ETFs.