Closure ETF Overview

Even low-cost ETFs need to generate revenue to cover their costs. Plenty of ETFs fail to garner the assets necessary to cover these costs and, consequently, ETF closures happen regularly. In fact, a significant percentage of ETFs are currently at risk of closure. There's no need to panic though. Broadly speaking, ETF investors don't lose their investment when an ETF closes. A closure can, however, be inconvenient and costly. Read our guide on managing and avoiding ETF closures just in case you find a closing ETF in your portfolio.

Podcasts

ETF Prime Podcast: Recapping A Wild Month

Plus, ETF facts, myths, flows and more.

Features and News

Leveraged ETF Closures Piling Up

Since the market volatility began, almost 30 leveraged and inverse products have shut up shop. But why now?

Daily ETF Watch

ETF & ETN Closures Spike In This Turmoil

The shutdowns involve both ETFs and ETNs.

Daily ETF Watch

Invesco ETF Closures Boost 2020 Number

2020 will likely rival 2018 for number of closures.

Daily ETF Watch

The Month In ETFs: January 2020

Some of the SPDRs underwent major renovations, while the year kicked off with a healthy number of launches and closures.

Daily ETF Watch

Pacer Acquires CSOP ETF

As CSOP Asset Management exits the U.S. market, Pacer takes over one of its ETFs.

ETF Report

ETF Univ: Managing & Avoiding ETF Closures

Like any business, even low-cost ETFs need to generate revenue to cover their costs.

Daily ETF Watch

Invesco Closing 42 ETFs, $1B In Assets

The closures are a streamlining of an offering that was inflated by multiple acquisitions in recent years.

Features and News

ETF Issuer Revenue Hits New Record

U.S. ETF industry seeing record assets under management and revenue.