Monthly ETF Flows
September 02, 2014
Last year's record asset haul looks less likely, even as investors kept plowing money into ETFs in August.
August 01, 2014
ETFs kept on gathering new inflows in July, but jittery markets pulled assets lower.
July 02, 2014
More than a third of 2014's ETF inflows were in the month of June alone.
June 02, 2014
Bond ETFs and European equities loomed large, as inflation fears waned and deflation fears flared.
May 01, 2014
Investor appetite for risk seems to have returned in April.
April 01, 2014
The house that Bogle built crushed its competition with massive first-quarter ETF inflows.
March 03, 2014
ETF assets reached a record in February as markets rediscovered their post-crash appetite for risk assets.
February 03, 2014
Risk-off trades meant investors had a taste for Treasurys at the expense of equity funds last month.
December 02, 2013
Equity ETFs led November flows yet again.
November 01, 2013
ETF investors took on risk in October, even if that sentiment tailed off a bit late in the month.
October 01, 2013
With its decision to hold off on tapering QE, the Fed unleashed risk-on sentiment in September.
September 03, 2013
From an ETF outflows perspective, August was as bad as it’s ever been.
July 31, 2013
A sizable $40 billion flowed into U.S. ETFs in July, following a crazy month of record outflows.
June 27, 2013
ETF flows turned negative in June—and with a record-setting, Fed-related vengeance.
June 03, 2013
Japan funds kept hauling in assets in May, while gold and emerging markets slipped.
May 01, 2013
GLD lost almost 19 percent of its assets in April, as gold prices fell and the 12-year gold rally lost its way.
April 01, 2013
DXJ, the currency-hedged Japan ETF, has stolen the show so far in 2013.
March 01, 2013
The yen's slide fueled the ongoing popularity of the currency-hedged Japan fund, DXJ.
February 01, 2013
It was risk-on time in financial markets in January, as ETFs raked in more than $30 billion in fresh assets.
December 03, 2012
EEM was the most popular ETF in November, while VWO lost assets, as the two funds traded places in the world of flows.
If CalPERS is taking hedgies out, ETFs may be coming back in.
As valuations grow uncomfortably high, ‘quality’ ETFs makes more sense—if you can figure out just what quality means.
‘Smart beta’ almost surely means loss of more market share for active managers.
Be careful of your assumptions (and headlines!) about volatility ETFs.