Active Management ETF Overview

The first actively managed ETF came to market in 2008, but 100+ funds later, active management in ETFs has struggled to get much traction in the equity space. Out of more than $2 trillion in U.S.-listed ETF assets as of 2015, less than 1% was tied to actively managed funds. Income-generating investments, on the other hand, such as the PIMCO Total Return (BOND) that Bill Gross launched in 2012 and had $2.6 billion in assets under management in 2015 or master limited partnerships have shown more success.

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Daily ETF Watch

Active Emerging Market ETF Unveiled

Newcomer Avantis focuses on factors in emerging markets in its first fund.

Daily ETF Watch

Active Broad Bond ETF Launches

Franklin Templeton further expands its actively managed bond ETF lineup.

ETF.com Analysis

Shifting Bond Exposures

A look at how to address changes in the overall bond market with ETFs.

Features and News

Best Performing Real Estate ETFs

Real estate quietly creeps up to become the second-best-performing sector of the year. 

Features and News

Wealth/Stack 2019: Live Blog

Join ETF.com as we live-blog from Wealth/Stack 2019.

Features and News

Blockchain ETFs Stall Despite Returns

These funds have been delivering quite a performance, but demand is not following.

Index Investor Corner

‘The Big Short’ Whiffs On Indexing

Michael Burry of ‘The Big Short’ fame sounds a false alarm about indexing investing.

Daily ETF Watch

19 ETFs Cut Or Increase Fees

Funds are seeing changes to their expense ratios, ranging from the minute to the significant.

ETF Report

Commodities In Review: September 2019

July was a mixed month for commodity ETFs.