Actively Managed ETFs Attracted Nearly $10 Billion in Investments in November
Globally listed actively managed exchange-traded funds accumulated over $9 billion in invested capital in November. Inflows also recorded 32 segments.rank consecutive month with positive cash flow.
In total, in the November market participants added $9.74 billion to the actively managed ETF space. Additionally, over the entire trading year of 2022, actively managed funds pulled in $109.60 billion, which is the second-highest annual revenue on record after $126.52 billion. of the year 2021.
Within the range of approximately 1,000 actively managed exchange-traded funds listed below are the ten largest ETFs by assets under management along with their year-to-date performance.
No. 10: SPDR Blackstone Senior Loan ETF (SRLN) -10.7%.
No. 9: ARK Innovation ETF (NYSEARCA:ARKK) -68.8%.
Number 8: BlackRock Ultra Short-Term Bond ETF (ICSH) -0.7%.
Number 7: US Dimension Target Value ETF (DFAT) -9.8%.
Position #6: First Trust Enhanced Short-Term ETF (FTSM) -0.6%.
5th place: U.S. Total Market Value ETF (DFUV) -3.3%.
Number 4: PIMCO Enhanced Short Maturity Active ETF (NYSEARCA:MINT) -2.8%.
Number 3: Dimensional US Core Equity 2 ETF (DFAC) -17.7%.
#2: Premium Income ETF from JPMorgan Equity (NYSEARCA:JEPI) -13.3%.
#1: JPMorgan’s Ultra Short Income ETF (NYSEARCA:JPST) -0.5%.
In broader financial news, major market averages opened Thursday’s session to the top, but saw thin volume continues.