Ades to head alternative assets unit.
IVV hasn't taken any assets from SPY, Jim. But the competition between those two funds proves my point.
The issues around ETF expense ratios are more complex than you lay out.
Jim's ETF revenue analysis raises an important question: Do investors care about expense ratios?
Among the 450-odd filings still gathering dust, one exchange-traded note sticks out as an idea whose time had definitely come.
Due to the popularity of my look atETFs by revenues, I've broken down fund families by revenues, average and meanERs. While you may intuitively know some of this data, some of the results maysurprise you.
The MacroShares are dead. Long live the MacroShares!
Well that is really it for the MacroShares Oil Up and Down ETFs, Round 1.
Investors poured more than $9 billion into ETFs for the week ending April 4, 2008, showering the industry with new money and pushing total assets over management above $600 billion.