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The SPDR DoubleLine Total Return Tactical ETF posted roughly $100 million of inflows in July, gaining more ground over the Pimco Total Return Active Exchange-Traded Fund in total assets under management, according to Morningstar data on Wednesday. The Pimco Total Return Active ETF, an actively managed intermediate-term ETF intended to mimic the strategy of Pimco's flagship mutual fund and once run by Pimco co-founder Bill Gross, posted net outflows of $5.4 million in July, leaving its assets under management at $2.59 billion. By comparison, the SPDR DoubleLine Total Return Tactical ETF, also known as TOTL, led by Jeffrey Gundlach, Philip Barach and Jeffrey Sherman, ended July with $2.76 billion in assets under management.
As of July 1, the IELG consisted of 109 individual stocks, with the information technology sector accounting for about 30% of the overall construct.
All these funds attempt to reduce the risk of underperformance by diversifying across multiple 'factors,' but there are important differences among them.