Dynamic Energy Exploration & Production Intellidex Index ETF Overview

With 1 ETF traded in the U.S. markets, Dynamic Energy Exploration & Production Intellidex Index ETF gathers total assets under management of $132.20M. The average expense ratio is 0.63%. Dynamic Energy Exploration & Production Intellidex Index ETF can be found in the following asset class:

  • Equity

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 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.

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