January 07, 2011 at 07:00 AM EST
December ETF Roundup: $1 Trillion And Counting
U.S. ETF assets topped $1 trillion for the first time in December, as a year-end rally in global equity markets and another strong month of inflows pushed the industry past the milestone. ETF assets also finished the year above this key mark, according to the latest data from the National Stock Exchange, representing an increase of 28% over the previous year. Since the end of 2005, ETF assets have grown by nearly 225%. Year ETP Assets Dec ‘05 $311.3 Dec ‘06 $432.7 Dec ‘07 $622.6 Dec ‘08 $539.0 Dec ‘09 $790.9 Dec ‘10 $1,008.7 Source: NSX.com. $ in billions The ETF industry remains top heavy, with the four largest firms accounting for about 88% of total assets. iShares remains the market leader, accounting for about 44% of U.S.-listed ETF assets at the end of last year–down from about 47% in 2009. Among the “big four” Vanguard posted the strongest growth in 2010, as market share increased from 12% to about 15%. Net inflows into ETFs in [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: September ETF Data: Back On Track January ETF Data: Industry Springs A Leak Best Performing ETFs Of 2009 Free ETF Trading: Comparing All The Options Ten Commandments Of ETF Investing
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