Dorsey Wright Developed Markets Technical Leaders Index ETF Overview

With 1 ETF traded in the U.S. markets, Dorsey Wright Developed Markets Technical Leaders Index ETF gathers total assets under management of $133.64M. The average expense ratio is 0.80%. Dorsey Wright Developed Markets Technical Leaders Index ETF can be found in the following asset class:

  • Equity Analysis

A Deeper Dive Into ESG ETF Portfolios

Making choices based on environmental, social and governance metrics has a real impact on overall returns. 

Daily ETF Watch

Daily ETF Watch: Schwab Expands OneSource

Commission-free ETF platform adds 18 funds.

Features and News

PowerShares Dorsey Wright ETFs Reach $1B

PowerShares touts assets and performance of PDP and other Dorsey Wright-linked ETFs.

Features and News

Dorsey: ETF Revolution Just Starting

The ETF is now at the center of financial markets, Dorsey Wright’s president says.

Features and News

PowerShares Adds New Dorsey Wright ETF

PowerShares rounds out suite of equity ETFs using Dorsey Wright technical screens with a fund focused on U.S. small-cap stocks.

Features and News

PowerShares, Dorsey Wright In Small-Cap Team-Up

Invesco PowerShares teams up with Dorsey Wright, hoping its new line of small-cap ETFs will be a more permanent fixture in investors’ portfolios, by serving up a tangible sector-rotation game plan.

ETF Report

 The Best Of Abroad: EAFE And Beyond

Investors know they need international exposure. For indexers, that has typically meant a fund tied to the MSCI EAFE index. And for ETF investors, that means either the Vanguard Europe Pacific ETF (NYSE Arca: VEA) or the iShares MSCI EAFE Index Fund (NYSE Arca: EFA). These two big funds dominate the space—EFA is in the top 10 of U.S.-listed ETFs by assets, and VEA is a share class of Vanguard’s EAFE index mutual fund. But they’re not the only games in town. There’s at least one traditional cap-weighted alternative out there, not to mention a variety of alternatively weighted and strategy-driven ETFs.

Journal Of Indexes


A Different Kind Of Total Market

The new Claymore U.S.-1 Capital Markets Index ETF (AMEX: UEM) seeks to cover most investable stocks traded in America and almost every investment-grade bond traded in the U.S. The portfolio provides access to Treasuries, investment-grade corporates as well as federal mortgage-sponsored assets and agency issues. The ETF’s expense ratio is capped at 0.37% annually through 2010.

Journal Of Indexes

Around The World Of ETFs

Claymore Says Timberrr!

Claymore is offering investors access to a market segment that they may not have been able to access before. The Claymore/Clear Global Timber ETF (AMEX: CUT) is the first U.S.-listed timber fund. Previously, timber was largely restricted to institutional investors because of the high costs associated with acquiring timber land.