ETF.com's Dave Nadig answers readers' ETF questions in real time. Here's the transcript.
More often than not, ESG ETFs are crushed by the broader market, but 2017 was different. Why?
Investors may be missing the bigger story on China as they focus on GDP and debt levels.
As well as the broader market performed this year, these ETFs did even better, delivering returns of as much as 250%.
The top-performing ETFs of 2017 are up at least 55%, and in some cases, far more than that.
ETF launches trail 2016 year-to-date, while closures are outpacing the prior year.
ETFs being big and popular don't always mean they're the best-performing.
The funds, which exclude state-owned enterprises, will get an infusion of A-shares to their portfolios.
Investors in these ETFs are making money with a clear conscience.