Mirae Asset Global Investments ETF Overview

Mirae Asset Global Investments has 54 ETFs traded in the U.S. markets with total assets under management of $10.03 B and an average expense ratio of 0.63%.

The largest Mirae Asset Global Investments ETF is the Global X Robotics & Artificial Intelligence ETF (BOTZ) with $2.24 B in assets. In the last 12 months, the best performing Mirae Asset Global Investments ETF was the Global X FinTech ETF (FINX) at 41.83%. The most-recent ETF launched by Mirae Asset Global Investments was the Global X Future Analytics Tech ETF (AIQ) in May 2018.

Mirae Asset Global Investments offers ETFs in the following asset classes:

  • Asset Allocation
  • Equity
  • Fixed Income

TOP ETF PERFORMERS

SRETGlobal X SuperDividend REIT ETF3.34%
DIVGlobal X SuperDividend US ETF2.48%
SPFFGlobal X SuperIncome Preferred ETF1.98%
LNGRGlobal X Longevity Thematic ETF1.80%
BOSSGlobal X Founder-Run Companies ETF1.62%

BOTTOM ETF PERFORMERS

CHIMGlobal X China Materials ETF-16.93%
COPXGlobal X Copper Miners ETF-14.66%
PAKGlobal X MSCI Pakistan ETF-12.98%
CHIQGlobal X China Consumer ETF-12.24%
CHIXGlobal X China Financials ETF-11.24%

top creations

FINXGlobal X FinTech ETF111.17
PFFDGlobal X U.S. Preferred ETF37.61
CHIQGlobal X China Consumer ETF33.20
MLPAGlobal X MLP ETF25.07
SILGlobal X Silver Miners ETF13.50

top redemptions

BOTZGlobal X Robotics & Artificial Intelligence ETF-104.78
LITGlobal X Lithium & Battery Tech ETF-28.22
GREKGlobal X MSCI Greece ETF-14.00
MLPXGlobal X MLP & Energy Infrastructure ETF-11.55
DIVGlobal X SuperDividend US ETF-11.23

AUM WINNERS

FINXGlobal X FinTech ETF45.55%
BOSSGlobal X Founder-Run Companies ETF27.99%
MILNGlobal X Millennials Thematic ETF17.52%
SRETGlobal X SuperDividend REIT ETF11.46%
PFFDGlobal X U.S. Preferred ETF6.79%

AUM LOSERS

CHIXGlobal X China Financials ETF-21.94%
PAKGlobal X MSCI Pakistan ETF-20.49%
NGEGlobal X MSCI Nigeria ETF-13.65%
CHIMGlobal X China Materials ETF-13.44%
COPXGlobal X Copper Miners ETF-13.32%

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