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ETFs with everything

David Chaplin
Mon, 16 Nov 2020

David Chaplin
Mon, 16 Nov 2020
From a niche idea first trialled in the late 1980s the exchange-traded fund, or ETF, market has since gone viral, and even vegan. According to the latest review of the sector by Australian firm BetaShares, global ETF funds under management briefly touched the US$7 trillion threshold this August before settling at just below that high watermark by the end of September.On top of the rapid growth in funds under management, which has risen from under US$200 million in 2000 to its current peak, the ETF sector has also seen product proliferation...

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