Northern Trust's FlexShares rolls out actively managed investment-grade fixed-income ETF
With almost a dozen to choose from, investors have plenty of options when it comes to low-volatility ETFs.
Low-volatility ETFs seem to be delivering on their promise, and investors are responding with assets.
State Street Global Advisors, the second-largest ETF provider in the country, rolled out in February two low-volatility equities funds that are built around a pair of Russell-Axioma indexes once used in Russell ETFs that were liquidated last year.
The market’s second-largest ETF issuer jumps into the low-volatility ETF segment with funds honing in on small-cap and large-cap equities.