pauliec84 wrote:For what its worth Russel 2000 Value is more Valuey and Smaller than VBR.
So if that is what you are looking the 11 bp in terms of expense ratio per exposure to risk factor, you probably don't do any worse with the Russell 2000.
VG ER, Fund, MKTRF, SMB, HML, UMD
0.21 MSCI SCV -0.001 0.937 0.629 0.399 -0.081
0.24 S&P 600 Value -0.002 0.882 0.897 0.393 -0.017
0.32 Russell 2000 Value -0.001 0.902 0.778 0.512 0.017
pauliec84 wrote:I think it is because the S&P 600 Value Fund, VIOV gives you a similar tilt with lower expense ratio vs Russell 2000 value.
pauliec84 wrote:Thanks for the info. In that case, assuming the front running issue is no longer an issue for Russell 2000, that may be a better choice than VIOV.
Does anyone know about the current status of frontrunning of the Russell 2000?
Also, any idea what the new fees will be on the CRSP indexes?
zucckerbugger wrote:What is front running?
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