S&P Emerging BMI Index ETF Overview

The S&P Emerging BMI Index measures the performance of Total Market securities and is selected by a Market Cap process. Currently, 1 ETF track the S&P Emerging BMI Index with more than $1.73 B in ETP assets with an average expense ratio of 0.11%. The largest ETF is SPDR Portfolio Emerging Markets ETF (SPEM) by SPDR with $1.73 B in assets.

ETF Report

Nadig: Going Beyond Cheap

The nuances of ETF costs.

Daily ETF Watch

New Smart Beta Emerging Market ETF

VictoryShares rolled out this week a high-dividend, volatility-weighted take on the EM space.

Features and News

A Look At SSGA's ETF Revamp

Total cost of ownership is as important—or more—than expense ratios.

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Week: SPDR Ignites Fee War

Also, the first Watson ETF has come to market, along with a group of other new and novel funds. 

Features and News

Behind State Street’s Aggressive Fee Revamp

The ETF issuer didn’t want to just join the fee war, it wanted to win.

ETF.com Analysis

How Well Run Is Your ETF?

Tracking difference can be up for interpretation based on variations in input data.

ETF.com Analysis

This ETF Portfolio Pays You To Hold It

For years, I’ve tracked the 'world’s lowest-cost ETF portfolio.' Now I can do one better.

ETF.com Analysis

MSCI Index Change Would Have Big ETF Impact

It seems the Alibaba IPO was simply too big for index providers to ignore.

Daily ETF Watch

Daily ETF Watch: Alibaba Buzz Growing

Is the Chinese e-commerce giant going to turn up in your fund?