Multi-Factor ETFs

Our combined factor score ranks all ETFs using a combination of value, momentum, quality, and low volatility. The stocks with the highest scores and the greatest consistency across the factors will receive the best rankings.

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ETFs with Most Multi-Factor Exposure

Ticker Total
Assets
Expense
Ratio
Total
Holdings
XMHQ $199,632,200 0.25% 78
USMF $140,410,400 0.28% 199
MIDF $3,574,466 0.25% 89
LSAF $88,853,260 0.75% 101
FXR $1,655,313,000 0.64% 129
BFOR $2,320,892 0.65% 401
OSCV $102,118,600 0.79% 84
RDVY $3,600,913,000 0.50% 51
SPGP $352,030,800 0.34% 76
VFQY $75,610,000 0.13% 774
XSHQ $41,554,620 0.29% 121
SYE $16,539,470 0.60% 51
PKW $1,398,866,000 0.62% 109
ONEO $257,181,500 0.20% 929
OMFL $1,407,348,000 0.29% 772
FSMD $53,984,500 0.29% 574
FLQS $18,212,560 0.35% 505
LRGF $1,018,158,000 0.20% 166
EWCO $39,863,210 0.40% 27
DGRS $168,586,000 0.38% 217
PAVE $2,835,155,000 0.47% 102
QDYN $16,046,630 0.37% 137
USEQ $1,696,559 0.29% 613
SDVY $45,285,130 0.60% 101
RESP $84,068,500 0.28% 301
QSY $55,580,730 0.38% 125
AVUS $972,550,300 0.15% 2,147
COWZ $391,049,700 0.49% 101
FCPI $13,948,740 0.29% 101
MMTM $78,933,030 0.12% 1,374
HOMZ $58,305,850 0.30% 102
AFLG $7,412,768 0.55% 268
DEUS $190,120,900 0.17% 849
DEEP $51,277,980 0.80% 101
UTRN $63,537,170 0.75% 25
WBIY $125,474,800 0.70% 186
SMLF $946,171,400 0.30% 477
CSF $59,802,300 0.38% 502
CSA $25,665,760 0.35% 502
AFMC $2,498,573 0.65% 290
JPME $277,395,300 0.24% 395
ONEV $476,687,400 0.20% 455
MFUS $74,987,980 0.30% 859
QVAL $146,180,000 0.49% 51
PQSV $12,621,760 0.29% 765
PEXL $2,039,091 0.60% 101
FVAL $342,967,500 0.29% 125
ULVM $547,199,400 0.20% 193
TUSA $21,164,690 0.70% 1,201
STMB $6,267,485 0.30% 411
WBIL $75,678,240 1.23% 187
XJH $24,130,280 0.12% 376
VFMF $79,740,000 0.19% 583
SPVM $25,434,490 0.39% 102
ROSC $9,410,677 0.34% 346
JSMD $190,622,000 0.30% 268
FEX $1,146,269,000 0.59% 376

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