In the Margins

Half of ETF inflows goes to only 20 funds

July 20, 2017

There has been massive inflows into exchange-traded funds in 2017, but the bulk of that money has gone into a vanishingly small part of the industry, according to a FactSet analysis. The vast majority of funds have been left to essentially fight over the scraps. ETFs have seen net new inflows of $250.2 billion thus far this year; half of that money—50.5%, to be exact—has gone to only 20 funds. Read the original story from MarketWatch.

 

 

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