Consumer ETF Overview

With 6 ETFs traded in the U.S. markets, Consumer ETFs gather total assets under management of $310.09M. The average expense ratio is 0.54%. Consumer ETFs can be found in the following asset classes:

  • Equity

The largest Consumer ETF is the Columbia Emerging Markets Consumer ETF ECON with $176.85M in assets. In the last trailing year, the best performing Consumer ETF was the ECON at 21.26%. The most-recent ETF launched in the Consumer space was the iShares Virtual Work and Life Multisector ETF IWFH in 09/29/20.

Features and News

Playing Retail Resilience With ETFs

Retail sales have been surprisingly resilient, but will that continue? 

Daily ETF Watch

Goldman Launches Merged ETF

Five thematic ETFs have been merged under one overarching banner of innovation. 

Daily ETF Watch

Goldman Folds 5 ETFs Into 1

Also, new issuer LeaderShares adds to its lineup. Analysis

Crowding At The ETF Graveyard

Don’t be afraid of all the closures; they’re a healthy sign.

Daily ETF Watch

ProShares Launches ‘Transformational Change’ ETF

The new fund focuses on four areas of major changes in work and consumption.


ETF Prime Podcast: ETF Closures Spike

Plus, recent ETF launches, the case for alternative strategies, and buffered outcome ETFs.

ETF Report

ETF Launches: EDUT

Global X looks to capture the performance of education companies.

Daily ETF Watch

Telemedicine ETF Launches

New ETF looks to companies that focus on the remote provision of health care. 

Daily ETF Watch

iShares Adds Ultra Short Bond ETF

New fund targets Treasuries with three months or less to maturity.