When it comes to style ETFs (e.g. Large Cap Growth, Mid Cap Value), the author of today’s articles acknowledges that the overwhelming number of choices available – over 24 ETFs per style on average – can be a recipe for investor paralysis: “It is simply not possible for the majority of investors to properly assess the quality of so many ETFs.” As such, based on the premise that the quality of a fund is based on the quality of its holdings, the author identifies his top rated ETF for each style. To see what these ETFs are, CLICK HERE. The author further lays out three red flags that can be used to avoid the worst style ETFs and identifies some of the offending funds. To see what these style ETFs are, CLICK HERE.
Finding The Best (And Avoiding The Worst) Style ETFs
- by Bob Mitchell