ETF Closure Overview

Even low-cost ETFs need to generate revenue to cover their costs. Plenty of ETFs fail to garner the assets necessary to cover these costs and, consequently, ETF closures happen regularly. In fact, a significant percentage of ETFs are currently at risk of closure. There's no need to panic though. Broadly speaking, ETF investors don't lose their investment when an ETF closes. A closure can, however, be inconvenient and costly. Read our guide on managing and avoiding ETF closures just in case you find a closing ETF in your portfolio.

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: PIMCO, Oppenheimer Announce Closures

Two firms will shutter a total of four funds.

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: GaveKal Shutters EM Fund

The innovation-focused ETF failed to gather assets.

Features and News

Tuesday Hot Reads: 2 Trends That Favor ETFs In 2017

Turns out 2016 wasn't a disaster for hedge funds after all.

Features and News

Nearly 250 ETFs Launched In 2016

There were fewer launches as well as different kinds of launches than were seen in 2015.

Features and News

2016 A Record Year For ETF Closures

Factors other than lack of assets also sent some funds packing.

ETF.com Analysis

Nadig: My Biggest 2016 ETF Surprises

Two funds represent the good, the bad and the ugly in the ETF industry

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: Absolute Shares Adds High Div Fund

Absolute Shares’ WBI brand launches its first index-based fund.

Features and News

Tuesday Hot Reads: Millennials Play With ETF Fire

Exchange-traded funds have never been more popular, particularly after the election.

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: Restaurant Fund 'BITE' To Close

The first ETF to cover the restaurant space is set to shut down later this month.