Monthly ETF Flows

By Olly Ludwig | December 01, 2014
Flows into ETFs totaled $42 billion in November, and with a month to go, 2013's annual asset-gathering record has been shattered.
By Staff | November 03, 2014

Flows into ETFs totaled almost $27 billion in October, as 2013's asset-gathering record looks beatable.

By Staff | October 01, 2014

ETF asset-gathering continued apace last month, even if falling equities pulled assets lower.

By Staff | September 02, 2014

Last year's record asset haul looks less likely, even as investors kept plowing money into ETFs in August.

By Staff | August 01, 2014

ETFs kept on gathering new inflows in July, but jittery markets pulled assets lower.

By Staff | July 02, 2014

More than a third of 2014's ETF inflows were in the month of June alone.

By Staff | June 02, 2014

Bond ETFs and European equities loomed large, as inflation fears waned and deflation fears flared.

By Cinthia Murphy | May 01, 2014

Investor appetite for risk seems to have returned in April.

By Staff | April 01, 2014

The house that Bogle built crushed its competition with massive first-quarter ETF inflows.

By Staff | March 03, 2014

ETF assets reached a record in February as markets rediscovered their post-crash appetite for risk assets.



The world's biggest exchange-traded fund, 'SPY,' bled more than $4 billion on Monday, Dec. 15, as falling stocks and net outflows yanked total U.S.-listed ETF assets down to $1.918 trillion.

SPY's big redemptions paced SSgA's issuer-leading outflows on Monday, Dec. 15, as total U.S.-listed ETF assets dropped to $1.918 trillion.


By Paul Britt

If you’re trying to capitalize on huge price swings in commodities or anything else, how you get from A to B matters.

By Dave Nadig

While most ETFs are taxed like stocks and bonds, there are exceptions.

By Dave Nadig

GDX continues to exhibit curious trading behavior.

By Dennis Hudachek

If the stars align, KraneShares’ latest China ETF could be a blockbuster.


Dennis and Paul discuss a pair of onshore China bond funds (CBON and CHNB) and a U.S. bond fund focused on credit quality (SKOR).