The P/E ratio, sometimes also referred to as the earnings multiple, is calculated by dividing a fund’s price by its earnings. Generally speaking, the higher the P/E, the more investors are expecting higher future earnings growth. Here is a list of the 100 equity ETFs with the lowest P/E ratios. You may also wish to peruse our list of the 100 equity ETFs with the highest P/E ratios.
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