The author of today’s article argues that “just a few dozen” of the 1,674 exchange-traded funds that exist are worth investors’ attention and provides his approach for identifying the best exchange-traded funds. What is not relevant, according to the author? Who manages the fund or its past performance. What is relevant? Cost factors, specifically three of them – including one that he states “you will never hear about” elsewhere. Using these cost factors Forbes has ranked the best ETFs across 13 categories from large-cap stocks to municipal bonds. To read more about the relevant cost factors outlined, as well as for links to Forbes’ rankings of the best ETFs by category, CLICK HERE.
Identifying The Best Exchange-Traded Funds
- by Bob Mitchell