AdvisorShares Active ETF Market Share Update – Week Ending 7/8/2016
Assets in actively managed ETFs declined by $222 million, or 0.83%, to $26.333 billion. There was one new fund last week, which takes the count up to 148.
The big story in flows for both fund companies and strategies was the risk-on movement out of short term bond funds, which is captured in the large outflows from iShares and PIMCO as well as the Short Term Bond Category itself.
While the outflow is clear, if that capital moved into risk assets as the S&P 500 was approaching its old high it did so outside of the actively managed space. Inflows in the active space were small with $53 million to State Street and $34 million to Fidelity.
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