Exchange-traded funds with low-volatility strategies have become less preferred since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, with more than $1 billion withdrawn this month. Support began to ebb when stocks underlying such ETFs performed worse than others during market turmoil in March.
Defensive ETF strategies lose popularity
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