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ETF Inflows Kick Off Year With $51B In Jan.

Sumit Roy

ETF investors kicked off the new decade with a bang, adding $51 billion of fresh cash to U.S.-listed ETFs. The strong start to 2020 contrasts with January 2019, when investors pulled $2.2 billion out of ETFs, and it's the best showing since January 2018, when investors added a record $68.1 billion to ETFs. 

A robust rally in stocks earlier in the month helped instill confidence in investors, but equities gave up those gains later in the month as coronavirus concerns grew. Still, U.S. equity ETFs registered net inflows of $17.4 billion during January, while international equity ETFs gathered $11.9 billion.

Fixed income ETFs were also in favor as bond yields sagged and prices rallied (bond yields and prices move inversely). The benchmark 10-year Treasury yield dipped from 1.92% to 1.51% during the month and U.S. fixed income ETFs had net inflows of $15.4 billion.

The Big Get Bigger 

With everything working in January, investors were content to get exposure to the markets through their favorite low-cost index-tracking products. The Vanguard Total Stock Market ETF (VTI), the iShares Core MSCI EAFE ETF (IEFA) and the Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF (BND) took the top three spots on the inflows list for the month.

Meanwhile, the iShares ESG MSCI U.S.A. ETF (ESGU) managed to sneak in with the giants. That fund had monthly inflows of $1.9 billion, more than doubling its assets to $3.4 billion. 

For a full list of the top inflows and outflows for January, see the tables below:
 












Top Gainers (January 2020)

Ticker Name Issuer Net Flows ($,mm) AUM ($M) % of AUM YTD 2020 Net Flows($,M)
VTI Vanguard Total Stock Market ETF Vanguard 2,719.66 143,205.02 1.90% 2,719.66
IEFA iShares Core MSCI EAFE ETF Blackrock 2,585.72 75,106.52 3.44% 2,585.72
BND Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF Vanguard 2,130.95 51,439.32 4.14% 2,130.95
AGG iShares Core U.S. Aggregate Bond ETF Blackrock 2,128.13 72,612.06 2.93% 2,128.13
IVV iShares Core S&P 500 ETF Blackrock 2,083.70 207,013.77 1.01% 2,083.70
MBB iShares MBS ETF Blackrock 2,027.80 23,281.25 8.71% 2,027.80
ESGU iShares ESG MSCI U.S.A. ETF Blackrock 1,931.07 3,427.33 56.34% 1,931.07
VOO Vanguard S&P 500 ETF Vanguard 1,925.78 134,802.92 1.43% 1,925.78
VCIT Vanguard Intermediate-Term Corporate Bond ETF Vanguard 1,849.34 28,062.58 6.59% 1,849.34
VB Vanguard Small-Cap ETF Vanguard 1,781.90 29,163.99 6.11% 1,781.90

 

Top Gainers (Year-to-Date)

Ticker Name Issuer Net Flows ($,mm) AUM ($M) % of AUM January 2020 Net Flows($,M)
VTI Vanguard Total Stock Market ETF Vanguard 2,719.66 143,205.02 1.90% 2,719.66
IEFA iShares Core MSCI EAFE ETF Blackrock 2,585.72 75,106.52 3.44% 2,585.72
BND Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF Vanguard 2,130.95 51,439.32 4.14% 2,130.95
AGG iShares Core U.S. Aggregate Bond ETF Blackrock 2,128.13 72,612.06 2.93% 2,128.13
IVV iShares Core S&P 500 ETF Blackrock 2,083.70 207,013.77 1.01% 2,083.70
MBB iShares MBS ETF Blackrock 2,027.80 23,281.25 8.71% 2,027.80
ESGU iShares ESG MSCI U.S.A. ETF Blackrock 1,931.07 3,427.33 56.34% 1,931.07
VOO Vanguard S&P 500 ETF Vanguard 1,925.78 134,802.92 1.43% 1,925.78
VCIT Vanguard Intermediate-Term Corporate Bond ETF Vanguard 1,849.34 28,062.58 6.59% 1,849.34
VB Vanguard Small-Cap ETF Vanguard 1,781.90 29,163.99 6.11% 1,781.90

 

Biggest Losers (January 2020)

Ticker Name Issuer Net Flows ($,mm) AUM ($M) % of AUM YTD 2020 Net Flows($,M)
IWM iShares Russell 2000 ETF Blackrock -2,673.92 44,887.33 -5.96% -2,673.92
HYG iShares iBoxx USD High Yield Corporate Bond ETF Blackrock -1,391.94 17,570.92 -7.92% -1,391.94
JNK SPDR Bloomberg Barclays High Yield Bond ETF State Street Global Advisors -1,338.81 10,054.29 -13.32% -1,338.81
IWD iShares Russell 1000 Value ETF Blackrock -1,232.16 41,151.21 -2.99% -1,232.16
BIV Vanguard Intermediate-Term Bond ETF Vanguard -1,194.20 12,620.76 -9.46% -1,194.20
VCSH Vanguard Short-Term Corporate Bond ETF Vanguard -1,172.91 24,704.92 -4.75% -1,172.91
QQQ Invesco QQQ Trust Invesco -1,135.51 90,138.83 -1.26% -1,135.51
IEI iShares 3-7 Year Treasury Bond ETF Blackrock -907.73 8,901.59 -10.20% -907.73
ACWI iShares MSCI ACWI ETF Blackrock -759.35 10,516.64 -7.22% -759.35
SPYV SPDR Portfolio S&P 500 Value ETF State Street Global Advisors -710.87 4,251.88 -16.72% -710.87

 

Biggest Losers (Year-to-Date)

Ticker Name Issuer Net Flows ($,mm) AUM ($M) % of AUM January 2020 Net Flows($,M)
IWM iShares Russell 2000 ETF Blackrock -2,673.92 44,887.33 -5.96% -2,673.92
HYG iShares iBoxx USD High Yield Corporate Bond ETF Blackrock -1,391.94 17,570.92 -7.92% -1,391.94
JNK SPDR Bloomberg Barclays High Yield Bond ETF State Street Global Advisors -1,338.81 10,054.29 -13.32% -1,338.81
IWD iShares Russell 1000 Value ETF Blackrock -1,232.16 41,151.21 -2.99% -1,232.16
BIV Vanguard Intermediate-Term Bond ETF Vanguard -1,194.20 12,620.76 -9.46% -1,194.20
VCSH Vanguard Short-Term Corporate Bond ETF Vanguard -1,172.91 24,704.92 -4.75% -1,172.91
QQQ Invesco QQQ Trust Invesco -1,135.51 90,138.83 -1.26% -1,135.51
IEI iShares 3-7 Year Treasury Bond ETF Blackrock -907.73 8,901.59 -10.20% -907.73
ACWI iShares MSCI ACWI ETF Blackrock -759.35 10,516.64 -7.22% -759.35
SPYV SPDR Portfolio S&P 500 Value ETF State Street Global Advisors -710.87 4,251.88 -16.72% -710.87

 

Asset Classes (January 2020)

  Net Flows ($, mm) AUM ($, mm) % of AUM
U.S. Equity 17,391.70 2,583,775.46 0.67%
International Equity 11,873.33 888,826.08 1.34%
U.S. Fixed Income 15,405.23 783,446.21 1.97%
International Fixed Income 2,574.95 93,875.73 2.74%
Commodities ETFs 2,063.91 85,375.11 2.42%
Currency 39.30 1,399.46 2.81%
Leveraged 743.69 41,117.53 1.81%
Inverse 364.71 11,844.30 3.08%
Asset Allocation 217.01 10,926.04 1.99%
Alternatives 358.02 4,986.58 7.18%
Total: 51,031.83 4,505,572.49 1.13%

 

Asset Classes (Year-to-Date)

  Net Flows ($, mm) AUM ($, mm) % of AUM
U.S. Equity 17,391.70 2,583,775.46 0.67%
International Equity 11,873.33 888,826.08 1.34%
U.S. Fixed Income 15,405.23 783,446.21 1.97%
International Fixed Income 2,574.95 93,875.73 2.74%
Commodities ETFs 2,063.91 85,375.11 2.42%
Currency 39.30 1,399.46 2.81%
Leveraged 743.69 41,117.53 1.81%
Inverse 364.71 11,844.30 3.08%
Asset Allocation 217.01 10,926.04 1.99%
Alternatives 358.02 4,986.58 7.18%
Total: 51,031.83 4,505,572.49 1.13%

 

January 2020 ETF Brand League Table

Brand Net Flows ($,M) AUM ($,M) % of AUM YTD 2020 Net Flows($,M)
iShares 12,889.13 1,736,422.13 0.74% 12,889.13
Vanguard 17,873.89 1,175,742.79 1.52% 17,873.89
SPDR 6,248.11 732,386.12 0.85% 6,248.11
Invesco 1,012.54 228,592.44 0.44% 1,012.54
Schwab 2,360.18 166,433.91 1.42% 2,360.18
First Trust 2,024.02 89,042.71 2.27% 2,024.02
VanEck 450.56 43,122.83 1.04% 450.56
WisdomTree 110.09 39,871.51 0.28% 110.09
ProShares 736.87 35,845.47 2.06% 736.87
JPMorgan 747.23 33,413.04 2.24% 747.23
PIMCO 784.62 22,786.54 3.44% 784.62
Goldman Sachs 838.53 18,181.99 4.61% 838.53
Fidelity 824.33 17,563.86 4.69% 824.33
Xtrackers 425.00 16,576.03 2.56% 425.00
FlexShares -87.51 16,076.66 -0.54% -87.51
Direxion 198.20 14,024.77 1.41% 198.20
Global X 381.10 12,560.09 3.03% 381.10
Alerian -346.50 7,357.57 -4.71% -346.50
Pacer 237.11 5,950.05 3.99% 237.11
VictoryShares 29.54 5,358.39 0.55% 29.54
John Hancock 46.35 4,720.39 0.98% 46.35
LibertyShares 261.06 4,585.66 5.69% 261.06
Hartford 146.15 4,342.07 3.37% 146.15
UBS 40.38 3,455.05 1.17% 40.38
ETF Managers Group -26.47 3,437.94 -0.77% -26.47
IndexIQ -28.56 3,416.31 -0.84% -28.56
Principal 12.91 3,402.08 0.38% 12.91
ARK -26.72 3,318.77 -0.81% -26.72
KraneShares 638.37 3,305.54 19.31% 638.37
Aberdeen 118.99 3,027.69 3.93% 118.99
VelocityShares 210.82 2,884.16 7.31% 210.82
ETRACS -20.33 2,840.54 -0.72% -20.33
ALPS -11.86 2,712.67 -0.44% -11.86
Invesco DB 43.95 2,631.27 1.67% 43.95
Innovator 175.45 2,448.60 7.17% 175.45
Credit Suisse 10.94 2,372.33 0.46% 10.94
US Commodity Funds 477.33 2,158.37 22.12% 477.33
iPath 178.30 2,104.13 8.47% 178.30
Barclays 8.35 1,743.66 0.48% 8.35
Vident 52.69 1,730.15 3.05% 52.69
Janus Henderson 239.55 1,710.60 14.00% 239.55
Legg Mason 39.48 1,544.11 2.56% 39.48
ROBO Global -6.74 1,282.60 -0.53% -6.74
Nuveen 135.73 1,124.14 12.07% 135.73
PGIM 82.36 978.25 8.42% 82.36
REX Microsectors -1.21 823.94 -0.15% -1.21
Amplify 9.17 823.92 1.11% 9.17
DeltaShares -14.20 800.44 -1.77% -14.20
O’Shares 6.23 786.14 0.79% 6.23
Davis 21.81 776.54 2.81% 21.81
GraniteShares 47.52 764.85 6.21% 47.52
AdvisorShares 46.10 735.72 6.27% 46.10
Virtus -46.24 707.32 -6.54% -46.24
Columbia 13.63 698.60 1.95% 13.63
Cambria 2.46 660.01 0.37% 2.46
RiverFront -3.50 578.90 -0.60% -3.50
Main Funds 10.82 575.73 1.88% 10.82
American Century -1.24 543.31 -0.23% -1.24
Tortoise -16.41 495.89 -3.31% -16.41
Avantis 17.24 486.13 3.55% 17.24
Inspire 2.94 484.53 0.61% 2.94
WBI Shares -2.93 481.45 -0.61% -2.93
FormulaFolios 7.83 456.19 1.72% 7.83
EMQQ 29.87 434.79 6.87% 29.87
Alpha Architect 2.04 420.47 0.49% 2.04
Aptus 16.39 414.29 3.96% 16.39
Nationwide -1.42 394.31 -0.36% -1.42
Aware 8.82 361.65 2.44% 8.82
InfraCap -1.45 325.31 -0.44% -1.45
Motley Fool 15.40 311.34 4.95% 15.40
TMW Funds 3.17 302.89 1.05% 3.17
Timothy 33.06 295.58 11.18% 33.06
Defiance 68.34 250.18 27.32% 68.34
Sprott -0.83 249.39 -0.33% -0.83
C-Tracks 0.00 242.32 0.00% 0.00
ELEMENTS -3.26 240.22 -1.36% -3.26
ClearShares 12.81 215.72 5.94% 12.81
Highland -73.70 200.52 -36.75% -73.70
Perth Mint 7.77 190.47 4.08% 7.77
AGFiQ 52.03 185.44 28.06% 52.03
Reality Shares -2.66 181.88 -1.46% -2.66
Overlay Shares 53.74 172.31 31.19% 53.74
Teucrium -5.84 159.28 -3.67% -5.84
Knowledge Leaders Capital 0.00 145.69 0.00% 0.00
HCM 17.48 141.80 12.33% 17.48
TrimTabs -1.00 141.00 -0.71% -1.00
Deutsche X-trackers 0.00 136.09 0.00% 0.00
ArrowShares -1.19 132.95 -0.90% -1.19
RPAR 98.36 131.99 74.52% 98.36
Eve Capital 0.00 125.50 0.00% 0.00
Pacific Global ETF 1.27 114.17 1.11% 1.27
Core Alternative -1.39 110.37 -1.26% -1.39
US Global 8.66 107.53 8.05% 8.66
Strategy Shares 0.49 102.18 0.48% 0.49
Anfield 3.91 99.58 3.93% 3.91
SoFi 6.22 99.42 6.26% 6.22
BlueStar 4.61 98.71 4.67% 4.61
Exponential ETFs 3.56 94.51 3.77% 3.56
ERShares 0.00 85.61 0.00% 0.00
Quadratic 1.92 84.04 2.29% 1.92
Etho Capital 2.17 78.19 2.78% 2.17
LeaderShares -22.17 77.75 -28.52% -22.17
Distillate 9.28 69.59 13.33% 9.28
BlackRock 2.84 69.14 4.10% 2.84
Opus Capital Management 2.02 55.83 3.62% 2.02
AAM 6.77 55.04 12.29% 6.77
Cboe Vest 1.19 52.88 2.25% 1.19
Premise Capital 6.49 52.59 12.35% 6.49
Vesper 6.69 52.09 12.85% 6.69
Metaurus -0.01 52.02 -0.01% -0.01
Saba 3.14 52.01 6.04% 3.14
Fieldstone 0.00 51.71 0.00% 0.00
Gadsden -1.30 49.26 -2.65% -1.30
MainStay -4.87 48.55 -10.03% -4.87
Natixis 0.00 48.27 0.00% 0.00
NETL 5.72 46.60 12.28% 5.72
Loncar -0.57 46.38 -1.23% -0.57
Renaissance -1.71 44.08 -3.87% -1.71
Merlyn.AI 9.62 42.39 22.70% 9.62
Hull -0.00 40.63 -0.01% -0.00
Portfolio+ 0.00 38.56 0.00% 0.00
iM 2.58 37.91 6.80% 2.58
Reaves -2.15 34.66 -6.19% -2.15
USCF Advisers 0.00 33.87 0.00% 0.00
Innovation Shares 6.37 30.59 20.83% 6.37
Syntax -35.51 29.57 -120.10% -35.51
BMO 0.00 29.52 0.00% 0.00
Wahed 4.19 27.86 15.02% 4.19
SP Funds 9.76 26.62 36.66% 9.76
EntrepreneurShares 0.00 26.61 0.00% 0.00
Belpointe -23.70 25.71 -92.18% -23.70
AlphaClone 1.47 25.43 5.76% 1.47
Salt Financial 0.71 25.28 2.83% 0.71
Day Hagan 21.11 24.58 85.89% 21.11
AlphaMark 0.00 22.04 0.00% 0.00
EventShares 2.42 21.75 11.14% 2.42
Validea 0.01 21.04 0.03% 0.01
Market Vectors 0.31 18.27 1.71% 0.31
Sage 0.00 17.91 0.00% 0.00
Procure 2.70 17.44 15.47% 2.70
Acquirers Fund 0.00 16.52 0.00% 0.00
Point Bridge Capital 0.00 16.34 0.00% 0.00
Beyond 2.80 14.82 18.90% 2.80
Change Finance 1.19 14.26 8.34% 1.19
Impact Shares 0.59 12.73 4.64% 0.59
Roundhill 1.63 12.32 13.19% 1.63
Hoya 2.23 11.97 18.67% 2.23
Franklin 0.00 10.19 0.00% 0.00
UP Fintech 0.00 9.06 0.00% 0.00
Volshares 3.94 8.58 45.93% 3.94
QRAFT 0.00 6.91 0.00% 0.00
Absolute 6.21 6.18 100.44% 6.21
Affinity 0.00 5.92 0.00% 0.00
Little Harbor Advisors 0.00 5.67 0.00% 0.00
EquBot 1.36 5.39 25.19% 1.36
Source Asset Management 0.61 4.74 12.94% 0.61
Leuthold 3.13 3.15 99.31% 3.13
Global Beta 0.00 2.43 0.00% 0.00
URNM 0.00 2.34 0.01% 0.00
RYZZ 0.00 2.13 0.00% 0.00
Ideanomics -0.00 1.70 -0.03% -0.00
Breakwave -0.16 1.36 -11.88% -0.16

 

January 2020 ETF Issuer League Table

Issuer Net Flows ($,M) AUM ($,M) % of AUM YTD 2020 Net Flows($,M)
Blackrock 12,891.97 1,736,491.27 0.74% 12,891.97
Vanguard 17,873.89 1,175,742.79 1.52% 17,873.89
State Street Global Advisors 6,248.11 732,386.12 0.85% 6,248.11
Invesco 1,056.49 231,223.71 0.46% 1,056.49
Charles Schwab 2,360.18 166,433.91 1.42% 2,360.18
First Trust 2,024.02 89,042.71 2.27% 2,024.02
VanEck 450.43 42,930.56 1.05% 450.43
WisdomTree 110.09 39,871.51 0.28% 110.09
ProShares 736.87 35,845.47 2.06% 736.87
JPMorgan Chase 747.23 33,413.04 2.24% 747.23
Allianz 784.62 22,786.54 3.44% 784.62
Goldman Sachs 838.53 18,181.99 4.61% 838.53
Fidelity 824.33 17,563.86 4.69% 824.33
Deutsche Bank 425.00 16,712.13 2.54% 425.00
Northern Trust -87.51 16,076.66 -0.54% -87.51
Direxion 198.20 14,063.33 1.41% 198.20
Mirae Asset 381.10 12,560.09 3.03% 381.10
SS&C -366.72 10,697.68 -3.43% -366.72
UBS 20.05 6,313.98 0.32% 20.05
Pacer Advisors 237.11 5,950.05 3.99% 237.11
Victory Capital 29.54 5,358.39 0.55% 29.54
John Hancock 46.35 4,720.39 0.98% 46.35
Franklin Templeton 261.06 4,595.85 5.68% 261.06
Credit Suisse 95.52 4,537.72 2.11% 95.52
The Hartford 146.15 4,342.07 3.37% 146.15
Barclays Capital Inc. 186.66 3,847.78 4.85% 186.66
ETFMG -19.85 3,616.20 -0.55% -19.85
New York Life -28.56 3,416.31 -0.84% -28.56
Principal 12.91 3,402.08 0.38% 12.91
CICC 640.29 3,389.58 18.89% 640.29
ARK -26.72 3,318.77 -0.81% -26.72
Aberdeen Standard Investments 118.99 3,027.69 3.93% 118.99
Exchange Traded Concepts 50.52 2,772.56 1.82% 50.52
Innovator 175.45 2,448.60 7.17% 175.45
US Commodity Funds 477.33 2,192.24 21.77% 477.33
Vident 52.69 1,722.46 3.06% 52.69
Janus Henderson 239.55 1,710.60 14.00% 239.55
Legg Mason 39.48 1,544.11 2.56% 39.48
Nuveen Securities 135.73 1,124.14 12.07% 135.73
Virtus Investment Partners -49.84 1,067.29 -4.67% -49.84
American Century Investments 16.00 1,029.43 1.55% 16.00
Prudential 82.36 978.25 8.42% 82.36
Citigroup Inc 126.23 942.71 13.39% 126.23
BMO -1.21 853.46 -0.14% -1.21
Amplify 9.17 823.92 1.11% 9.17
Transamerica Funds -14.20 800.44 -1.77% -14.20
O’Shares Investments 6.23 786.14 0.79% 6.23
Davis Advisers 21.81 776.54 2.81% 21.81
GraniteShares 47.52 764.85 6.21% 47.52
AdvisorShares 46.10 735.72 6.27% 46.10
Columbia Management Investment Advisers, LLC 13.63 698.60 1.95% 13.63
Cambria 2.46 660.01 0.37% 2.46
Toroso Investments 123.17 619.69 19.88% 123.17
Main Management 10.82 575.73 1.88% 10.82
Tortoise -16.41 495.89 -3.31% -16.41
Inspire 2.94 484.53 0.61% 2.94
WBI -2.93 481.45 -0.61% -2.93
Aptus Capital Advisors 18.41 470.11 3.92% 18.41
FormulaFolios 7.83 456.19 1.72% 7.83
Alpha Architect 2.04 420.47 0.49% 2.04
Nationwide -1.42 394.31 -0.36% -1.42
The Motley Fool 15.40 311.34 4.95% 15.40
Timothy Plan 33.06 295.58 11.18% 33.06
Defiance ETFs 68.34 250.18 27.32% 68.34
Sprott, Inc. -0.83 249.39 -0.33% -0.83
Swedish Export Credit -3.26 240.22 -1.36% -3.26
ClearShares 12.81 215.72 5.94% 12.81
Highland Capital Management -73.70 200.52 -36.75% -73.70
Merk 0.12 192.27 0.06% 0.12
AGF 52.03 185.44 28.06% 52.03
Reality Shares -2.66 181.88 -1.46% -2.66
Liquid Strategies 53.74 172.31 31.19% 53.74
Teucrium -5.84 159.28 -3.67% -5.84
Howard Capital Management 17.48 141.80 12.33% 17.48
TrimTabs -1.00 141.00 -0.71% -1.00
Arrow Funds -1.19 132.95 -0.90% -1.19
Pacific Life 1.27 114.17 1.11% 1.27
EntrepreneurShares, LLC 0.00 112.22 0.00% 0.00
Core Alternative Capital -1.39 110.37 -1.26% -1.39
US Global Investors 8.66 107.53 8.05% 8.66
Strategy Shares 0.49 102.18 0.48% 0.49
Exponential ETFs 3.56 94.51 3.77% 3.56
Regents Park Funds -1.23 92.65 -1.33% -1.23
Redwood Investment Management -22.17 77.75 -28.52% -22.17
OBP Capital LLC 6.37 73.45 8.68% 6.37
Distillate Capital 9.28 69.59 13.33% 9.28
Advisors Asset Management 6.77 55.04 12.29% 6.77
Cboe Vest Financial LLC 1.19 52.88 2.25% 1.19
Premise Capital 6.49 52.59 12.35% 6.49
Metaurus Advisors -0.01 52.02 -0.01% -0.01
Gadsden -1.30 49.26 -2.65% -1.30
Natixis 0.00 48.27 0.00% 0.00
Renaissance Capital -1.71 44.08 -3.87% -1.71
EMPIRICAL FINANCE LLC 9.62 42.39 22.70% 9.62
iM Global Partner 2.58 37.91 6.80% 2.58
Syntax Advisors -35.51 29.57 -120.10% -35.51
Wahed Invest LLC 4.19 27.86 15.02% 4.19
Belpointe Asset Management, LLC -23.70 25.71 -92.18% -23.70
Salt Financial 0.71 25.28 2.83% 0.71
Donald L. Hagan LLC 21.11 24.58 85.89% 21.11
AlphaMark Advisors 0.00 22.04 0.00% 0.00
EventShares 2.42 21.75 11.14% 2.42
Validea Capital Management 0.01 21.04 0.03% 0.01
Morgan Stanley 0.31 18.27 1.71% 0.31
Sage 0.00 17.91 0.00% 0.00
ProcureAM 2.70 17.44 15.47% 2.70
ETF Series Solutions 0.00 16.52 0.00% 0.00
Point Bridge Capital 0.00 16.34 0.00% 0.00
Beyond Investing 2.80 14.82 18.90% 2.80
Change Finance 1.19 14.26 8.34% 1.19
Northern Lights 5.14 12.84 40.01% 5.14
Impact Shares 0.59 12.73 4.64% 0.59
Roundhill Investments 1.63 12.32 13.19% 1.63
Pettee Investors 2.23 11.97 18.67% 2.23
UP Fintech Holding 0.00 9.06 0.00% 0.00
Whitford Asset Management 3.94 8.58 45.93% 3.94
Absolute Investment Advisers LLC 6.21 6.18 100.44% 6.21
Little Harbor Advisors 0.00 5.67 0.00% 0.00
EquBot 1.36 5.39 25.19% 1.36
Source Asset Management 0.61 4.74 12.94% 0.61
The Leuthold Group LLC 3.13 3.15 99.31% 3.13
Global Beta Advisors 0.00 2.43 0.00% 0.00
RYZZ Capital Management 0.00 2.13 0.00% 0.00

 

Disclaimer: All data as of 6 a.m. Eastern time the date the article is published. Data is believed to be accurate; however, transient market data is often subject to subsequent revision and correction by the exchanges.

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