Want more flows, maybe you should consider products focused on bank loans.
The Wall Street Journal reports
that "inflows into ETFs that track bank loans have gained the most in their short history, with four funds soaking up $2.6 billion, or more than half of the category's $4.2 billion in assets."
The fund that has soaked the most flows so far is the two-year-old PowerShares Senior Loan Portfolio
fund, which now has $4 billion AUM. It has taken in $2.4 billion, this year, according to Lipper
, ranking it as the fifth among 1,400 ETFs on the market for inflows in 2013.
Other funds noted include SSgA
's SPDR Blackstone/GSO Senior Loan ETF
and the First Trust Senior Loan Fund ETF
Read more on the products, and how they are doing, in the Wall Street Journal
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