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 Global Large Cap Blend Category Report

4.23.2024

  • The Equity: Global Large Cap - Blend category is made up of 40 ETf with $73.4 billion in total assets under management
  • The Vanguar Total World Stock ETF (VT) and the iShares MSCI ACWI ETF (ACWI) are the largest ETFs in the category with $35.9 AUM and $19.6 billion AUM, respectively
  • Notably, VT's expense ratio is 7 bps versus 32 bps for ACWI
  • The average expense ratio of the category is 50 bps, the average lifespan is 5.88 years, and the average TTM yield is 1.24%
  • 25 ETFs in the category have average daily volume below $500K, ACWI's ADV stands at $392.79 million, the highest in the category
  • The category saw $610 million in net inflows in March and has gathered $2.63 billion in net inflows year-to-date
  • VT saw the largest net inflows in the past 3 months with $1.5 billion
  • All ETFs in the category posted gains in March, average 1-month return was +3.18% and average YTD return was +7.62%
  • The Innovator Gradient Tactical Rotation Strategy ETF (IGTR) was the best performer last month, rising 6.23%, IGTR is up nearly 16% YTD
  • The category is heavily tilted towards large cap growth names (34.43%) but has below average stock concentration
  • The highest average sector exposure is Technology (20.9%) followed by Financials (15.6%)

 

 U.S. Large Cap Growth Category Report

4.3.2024

  • The U.S. Large Cap - Growth category is comprised of 110 ETFs with $722.1 billion in total assets under management
  • The average expense ratio of the category is 48 bps, the average lifespan is 6.79%, and the average TTM yield is 0.40%
  • 29 ETFs in the category have more than $1 billion in AUM, the Invesco QQQ Trust Series I (QQQ) is the largest with $259.9 billion in AUM followed by the Vanguard Growth ETF (VUG) with $118.6 billion in AUM
  • 12 ETFs in the category have expense ratios below 10 bps versus 22 with expense ratios greater than 75 bps
  • U.S. Large Cap - Growth ETFs gathered $10.47 billion in net inflows in March and $24.66 billion in net inflows int the 1st quarter
  • Most ETFs in the category saw positive returns in March, average 1-month return was +0.91% and average return for Q1 was +11.83%
  • The Pinnacle Focused Opportunities ETF (FCUS, +4.62%) was the top performer in March
  • The average 3-year volatility relative to the S&P 500 (SPY) was 21.39 and average correlation was 0.92
  • The average top 10 holdings weight is 44.80% and average weighted average market cap was $802.1 billion
  • U.S. Large Cap - Growth ETFs have high average sector concentration towards Technology (39.0%)

 

 

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