A business magazine is trumpeting the top ETFs for investors. Fundsters may want to take a look to see which of their products might be getting more investor attention now.
| William Baldwin|
Today Forbes posted
its list of "The Best ETFs Investors In 2019." The Forbes
team took the more than 2,000 ETFs available in the U.S. (2,276 as of this morning, according to ETF.com data
) and whittled that down to 825 ETFs with at least $10 million in AUM each and with costs of no more than 40 basis points. They then sorted those 825 funds into 55 categories, and within each category by cost.
"Forbes uses a unique cost formula that combines expense ratios, expense offsets from securities lending and bid/ask spreads," senior contributor William Baldwin
The list is searchable by names and tickers, and it's also posted across 21 chapters in list form. Did your funds make the cut?
Neil Anderson, Managing Editor
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