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Posted by on Mar 9, 2012 in Active ETF Reports

Growth of Active ETFs vs Index ETFs – Updated

We are updating our Active ETF to index ETF growth comparison.  After 4 year of actively managed ETFs, active ETFs continue to grow at a faster rate than index ETFs when compared to their first 4 years in the market.

While, active ETFs benefit from the education that index ETFs have provided, index ETFs in their early inception where most targeted at institutions which traditionally are early adopters and can invest significant amounts of capital.  Active ETFs have mostly been adopted by the retail channel through fee based financial advisors who understand the benefits of active management, but also look for the benefits of the ETF structure which include intraday liquidity, better trading (risk) control (limit orders), transparency, and a more operationally efficient structure that reduces operational expense and can be more tax efficient.

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