This online Fama-French factor regression analysis tool supports regression analysis for individual assets or a portfolio of assets using the capital asset pricing model (CAPM), Fama-French three-factor model, the Carhart four-factor model, or the new Fama-French five-factor model. You can also run market model regression for beta analysis based on selected assets or imported benchmarks. The analysis is based on asset returns for the entered mutual funds and ETFs, and the factor returns published on Kenneth French's web site and AQR's web site. The multiple linear regression indicates how well the returns of the given assets or a portfolio are explained by the Fama-French three-factor model based on market, size and value loading factors. Carhart four-factor model adds momentum as the fourth factor for explaining asset returns, and the Fama-French five-factor model extends the three-factor model with profitability (RMW) and investment (CMA) factors. The tool also supports the use of other factor models including Quality Minus Junk (QMJ) and Betting Against Beta (BAB) factors as described in Asness-Frazzini-Pedersen papers. For bond funds and balanced funds you can include the fixed income factor model to explain returns based on term risk (interest rate risk) and credit risk exposure. The fixed income factors can be further adjusted to account for the yield curve and to add high yield credit risk as an additional factor. You can also view the table of mutual fund and ETF factor regressions.