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The US’ Exchange-traded Funds attract $500 billion from New clients this year



The US’ ETFs (exchange-traded funds) have attracted nearly $500 billion in capitals from new clients this year despite historic declines in the stock and bond markets.

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The US’ ETFs (exchange-traded funds) have attracted nearly $500 billion in capitals from new clients this year despite historic declines in the stock and bond markets.

The cash inflow this time is much lower than last year's figure of $935 billion but surpassing the previous record of $501 billion in 2020, according to data as of October 26 collected by Investment Company Institute.

The US’ Exchange-traded Funds attract $500 billion from New clients this year

By contrast, the US long-term mutual funds have seen a net draw of $790 billion this year, far worse than last year's $59 billion decline.

Money is still pouring into ETFs even though Wall Street's S&P 500 index is down 19% since the beginning of 2022, while the Ice Data Services index of US government bonds is down nearly 16%.  This represents a fundamental change in the way investors allocate capitals.

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ETFs allow investors to trade on exchanges similar to stocks but with lower costs and tax benefits, and that is why these assets have become more popular in recent years.

The US’ Exchange-traded Funds attract $500 billion from New clients this year

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