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.

TOP ETF PERFORMERS

BOTTOM ETF PERFORMERS

TOP CREATIONS

TOP REDEMPTIONS

AUM WINNERS

AUM LOSERS

ETF.com Analysis

Most Interesting ETF Launches This Year

ETF.com’s Sumit Roy discusses which of the 100+ new funds of 2019 look the most interesting to him.

ETF Report

The 6 Year Active ETF Solution

Nontransparent active ETFs finally approved.

Daily ETF Watch

New ETF Offers Options Collar Strategy

Issuer Aptus rolls out its fourth ETF.

ETF.com Analysis

US ETF Assets Hit New Milestone

Growing demand and strong equity performance push U.S.-listed ETF assets above $4 trillion.

Daily ETF Watch

Cannabis ETF Competition Heats Up

One ETF launches as another goes effective.

ETF Strategist Corner

ETF Industry 2019 Halftime Report

ETF Think Tank rolls out its ‘key performance indicators’ for the first half of the year.

Features and News

Best Performing ETFs Of The Year

The list of top performers has some less than obvious winners.

Features and News

Congress Rethinking Marijuana; ETFs May Benefit

As Congress inches forward on legalization, marijuana ETFs stand to benefit.

ETF.com Analysis

The Cannabis Skeptic

Some of the most interesting stories in the ETF space have been about cannabis.