Spreads ETF Overview

There are 6 Spreads ETFs which can be found in the following ETF.com analytics segments:

  • Alternatives: Spreads Inflation
  • Alternatives: Spreads Long/Short Volatility
  • Alternatives: Spreads Yield Curve
  • Inverse Alternatives: Spreads Yield Curve

The largest Spreads ETF is the VelocityShares VIX Tail Risk ETN (BSWN) with $9.61 M in assets under management and an expense ratio of 2.30% with a trailing 12 month loss of -55.00%. The best-performing ETF over the last 12 months was the iPath U.S. Treasury Flattener ETN (FLAT) with a total return of 4.49%. The most-recent ETF launched was the VelocityShares VIX Tail Risk ETN (BSWN) in July 2016.

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