The 3 Best Low Volatility ETFs To Mitigate Stock Risk

Introduction — Why Low Volatility Stocks?

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Source: SPGlobal.com
  • Constraints for or aversion to the use of leverage and/or shorting, thereby driving investors to high-volatility stocks.
  • Irrational preference (“taste”) for high-volatility stocks as attention-grabbing, “lottery-like” investments (chasing unicorns).
  • The interests and incentives of professional fund managers do not align with those of their clients.

The 3 Best Low Volatility ETFs

USMV — iShares MSCI USA Min Vol Factor ETF

SPLV — Invesco S&P 500 Low Volatility ETF

EFAV — iShares Edge MSCI Min Vol EAFE ETF

Where To Buy These Low Volatility ETFs

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Analytical and entrepreneurial-minded data nerd, usability enthusiast, Boglehead, and Oxford comma advocate. https://www.OptimizedPortfolio.com

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