Here at ETF.com, we talk a lot about asset flows into and out of ETFs. Each day, each week and each month, we put together lists of the ETFs that garner the largest inflows and the largest outflows of assets—an indication of where investors are putting their money to work.
Most of the time, the same batch of ETFs finds itself on these lists. These funds are usually super liquid, extraordinarily cheap and have billions of dollars in assets. For example, year to date, the $139 billion Vanguard S&P 500 ETF (VOO) and the $108 billion Invesco QQQ Trust (QQQ) have had the largest inflows, totaling $15.8 billion and $12.8 billion, respectively...
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