Originally Posted by Senin
I was wondering how you can find other low beta/high alpha's without actually inputting every single fund.
I think this is rather trivial because it only depends on the asset class that the fund invests in. Once you read a book like Ferri's "All About Asset Allocation", then you will know which asset classes have high beta and which have low beta. As for alpha, get some help by reading Swedroe's "The Quest for Alpha" or Ferri's "The Power of Passive Investing".
After those reads, you won't care about alpha or beta or omega or theta or pi.
Full disclosure: I have owned the Vanguard GNMA fund for many years.