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We continue our mini-series on factor ETFs. In this newsletter, we discuss value ETFs.
Value investing, or investing in stocks with cheap valuation, has been one of the oldest methods. Value has been well recognized as a main factor that can affect and outperform a broad base market index. Intuitively, it makes sense as buying cheap stocks and waiting for them to appreciate should do better than buying stocks without consideration of their expensiveness.
Various value metrics
There are various metrics to gauge how expensive a stock is. This leads to various ETFs. The following table shows some of the main large cap value ETFs:
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