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Friday, October 11, 2013

Vanguard Kicks More Ass

Reported by Tommy Fernandez

Morningstar's flows results for the month of September are now available, and Vanguard won, again.

The low cost juggernaut saw $3.247 billion of flows in September, leading to $6.454 billion of flows during the quarter and $64.367 billion of flows year-to-date. The firm now boasts nearly $1.8 trillion in AUM as a result.

Top Ten Fund Firms in Terms of September Inflows:
1. Vanguard $3,246,801,499
2. Goldman Sachs $2,039,890,039
3. Dimensional Fund Advisors $1,649,584,250
4. MainStay $1,615,244,952
5. Oakmark $1,375,648,876
6. BlackRock $1,177,024,618
7.OppenheimerFunds $1,094,897,214
8. JPMorgan $1,052,814,617
9. Curian Series Trust $897,062,660
10. John Hancock $856,542,805

Several of the big houses saw outflows for the month.

PIMCO saw nearly $6.5 billion in outflows, while American Funds saw $2.16 billion. Fido had $1.5 billion in redemptions. T. Rowe Price saw $1.1 billion and Franklin, $360 million.

It's been a brutal five months for Pimco. The bond bastion has seen, since June, $38.2 billion in outflows, with $30.2 billion from the PIMCO Total Return.

For more drill-down on the flows data, including stats on a number of specific funds, read the the Morningstar September report

Correction: A prior version of this story included inflow data from a report containing outdated data on inflows.

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