So far in May, 20 new ETFs have come to market, and none of them are your plain-vanilla passive kind.
Perhaps after 24-plus years since the launch of the first ETF, the SPDR S&P 500 (SPY), and some 2,000 ETFs later, the traditional vanilla beta space is pretty well covered.
The two strategies would hone in on stocks expected to deliver outsized gains relative to the market.
Also, these ETFs can help fight interest rate risk.
The latest ETF to come to market isn’t exactly vanilla.
Also, commodity ETFs engaged in quiet fee war.
The tech-heavy 'QQQ' had inflows of $1.8 billion on Tuesday, May 23.
The top 10 ETF issuers all had net inflows into their products on Tuesday, May 23.
Legg Mason is bringing to market with ClearBridge two active environmental, social and governance ETFs.
Also, four ETF and stock charts to tap revenue growth.