NASDAQ AlphaDEX Multi Cap Growth Index ETF Overview

With 1 ETFs traded in the U.S. markets, NASDAQ AlphaDEX Multi Cap Growth Index ETFs gather total assets under management of $186.71M. The average expense ratio is 0.69%. NASDAQ AlphaDEX Multi Cap Growth Index ETFs can be found in the following asset classes:

  • Equity

Daily ETF Watch

Daily ETF Watch: Rotation Funds Planned

PowerShares files for two more fund-of-funds ETFs using rotation strategies.

ETF Report

 Commodities ETFs In Review

While we'd never recommend chasing headlines, there's little doubt that commodities are the story of the year—perhaps of the decade. To ignore the boom and volatility of the commodities market and their secondary impacts on politics, corporate finance, food prices and the wealth of nations would be foolish.

Journal Of Indexes

Behavioral Finance And Indexing

Features and News

Most Endangered ETFs Lists Spark Debate

Fallout from the latest fund closings leads analysts to consider which are the most likely to be next on the chopping block.

Features and News

A Middle Ground In The Active/Passive Debate

An investing approach that can break the link between price and portfolio weight, bypassing the return drag caused by cap weighting.

Features and News

Straight From The Source: Richard Kang

IndexUniverse.com interviews Beta Brief blogger Richard Kang.

ETF Report

 The Outlook For ETFs In 2008

Each morning on IndexUniverse.com, ETFR publisher Jim Wiandt and ETFR editor Matt Hougan debate the biggest issues impacting the ETF and index industries.

ETF.com Analysis

Alpha And Fees

I have just read the latest Hougan additions to the "impact ETFs" discussion. Again, I'll share some deep secrets about my views on alpha and fees (be patient).

Journal Of Indexes

Around The World Of ETFs

ETFs Approach $500 Billion

New research from Morgan Stanley found that inflows into U.S.-listed ETFs topped $11.6 billion in the first three months of 2007, bringing total ETF assets in the U.S. to approximately $480 billion. That actually represents a significant slowdown in asset growth, as it calculates out to just 10 percent annualized growth. In comparison, the industry grew 40 percent in 2006.