These 10 funds saw hefty outflows even as investors poured $200 billion overall into U.S.-listed ETFs.
Various oil-related fund exposures produce return dispersions.
March saw every sector ETF end up in positive territory.
Three ETF strategists tell us what ETFs they have added to their portfolios this year, and why.
Definitions have remained elusive.
By including factor tilts in smart beta’s definition, you get a mishmash of ETFs.
Rising oil prices and growth make energy ETFs worth looking at—for now.
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.