Dow Jones U.S. Index ETF Overview

With 1 ETF traded in the U.S. markets, Dow Jones U.S. Index ETF gathers total assets under management of $1.50B. The average expense ratio is 0.20%. Dow Jones U.S. Index ETF can be found in the following asset class:

  • Equity

ETF Alpha Think Tank

Dorsey: Biotech, Chips, Drugs Top US Sectors

Outside the U.S., India and Philippines also ripe.

Features and News

Good News Hiding In A Scary Oil Chart

Oil prices are in a slump, but that doesn’t mean it’s all bad for you.

ETF Alpha Think Tank

Dorsey: Stick With Gulf States & US For Structural Bull Market

We're in a structural bull market, and RSP and IYY are the ETFs to play the strength in broad US equities.

Features and News

ETF Investors Hear Dovish Bernanke Talk

Bernanke’s latest comments suggesting the punch bowl isn’t going anywhere yet stokes stocks. Analysis

Why A Total Market ETF?

Stocks are cheap and, for those courageous enough to buy now, total-market funds could be the way to go.

ETF Report

 The First-To-Market Myth

According to popular theory, first-to-market ETFs have distinct competitive advantages in attracting investors over their slower-moving peers. Issuers race to launch funds before their competitors, eager to grab investor attention and take advantage of that early-launch momentum. Those looking for evidence need only consider the gold ETFs: The SPDR Gold ETF (NYSE Arca: GLD) launched in November 2004 and built up over $52 billion in AUM.

Journal Of Indexes

The ABCs Of ETFs

ETF Report

 First Mover Status – Myth Or Reality ?

In most highly competitive industries, first-mover status is an elite distinction that can prove vital to long-term acceptance in the marketplace. But with 280 different funds launched last year and the first active portfolios finally arrived, how much does being first really matter in a hyper-evolving exchange-traded funds marketplace?

Features and News

Active Indexer: Offense–Defense, Part II

In part II of a series, Serrapere considers new approaches to handle the increasingly risky market.