|Strategy||Cluster||Example Fund||Strategy AUM ($)
as of 5/15/14
|Currency Hedged Dividends||Bottom-up||DXJS||73,910,070|
|Currency Hedged Fundamental||Bottom-up||DXJ||12,020,119,001|
But remember, some well-established strategies are relative newcomers to the ETF space.
You won't find, for example, Rob Arnott's Fundamental funds on the new-school list, because, while his indexing techniques are new, fundamental analysis is as old as the hills. So is dividend investing. Also, "buy-write" strategies have been around for years, even though the first buy-write ETF launched in 2007.
Parse these lists in any way that makes sense to you. I'd love to hear your suggestions for ways to split up the ETF landscape—because the press keeps calling, and I like to have solid, consistent, well-thought-out answers for them.