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December 24, 2012 at 09:00 AM EST
10 Most Successful New ETFs
Growth and evolution have been recurring themes in the exchange-traded universe in 2012, as investors are now faced with a diverse product lineup of over 1,400 ETPs. More than 160 of those are new additions in 2012. And while many of the new ETFs that launched in 2012 are on the small side, some of these funds have come flying out of the gates to attract significant cash inflows [for more ETF news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter]. Through December 18, ten ETFs that debuted in 2012 had accumulated at least $100 million in assets, an impressive total that illustrates the tremendous growth potential remaining in a market some believed was approaching its saturation point: 1. Total Return ETF (BOND) Perhaps the most highly anticipated fund of the year, legendary bond king Bill Gross did not disappoint investors with his exchange-traded version of PIMCO’s Total Return mutual fund. BOND currently boasts over [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: 5 Most Popular New ETFs Of 2012 (So Far) The Most Successful ETFs Of All-Time Van Eck Launches Emerging Markets Junk Bond ETF (HYEM) April Roundup: Launches, Filings, and Closures iShares Launches Targeted Corporate Bond ETFs (QLTB, QLTC)
Growth and evolution have been recurring themes in the exchange-traded universe in 2012, as investors are now faced with a diverse product lineup of  over 1,400 ETPs. More than 160 of those are new additions in 2012. And while many of the new ETFs that launched in 2012 are on the small side, some of these funds have come flying out of the gates to attract significant cash inflows [for more ETF news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter]. Through December 18, ten ETFs that debuted in 2012 had accumulated at least $100 million in assets, an impressive total that illustrates the tremendous growth potential remaining in a market some believed was approaching its saturation point: 1. Total Return ETF (BOND) Perhaps the most highly anticipated fund of the year, legendary bond king Bill Gross did not disappoint investors with his exchange-traded version of PIMCO’s Total Return mutual fund. BOND currently boasts over [...]

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