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Posted by on Oct 21, 2014 in Active ETF Reports

AdvisorShares Active ETF Market Share Update – Week Ending 10/17/2014

Although asset levels have been trending lower for the last few weeks they took a noticeable slide this past week with a 4.41% contraction to $16.042 billion. Although there many providers and many strategies to see outflows, PIMCO continues to not be the story with only $52 million leaving last week.

First Trust saw the most outflows with $552 million almost evenly split between funds tracking commodities, bank loans and high yield. Relatively large outflows were also seen at AdvisorShares. PowerShares attracted the most assets at $32 million in an otherwise quiet week.

At the category level outflows were dominated by the above mentioned First Trust bonds with no categories having meaningful inflows.

iShares launched the one new actively managed fund which tracks commodities.

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Number of Active ETFs by Sponsor

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Number of Active ETFs by Strategy

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