TrackInsight was launched precisely three years ago for the purpose of shedding light on ETF replication accuracy, it now covers thousands of globally listed trackers.
The platform encountered an incredible success with over 6,500 professional investors now using it to assess the performances and risks of their investments.
Still, many in the industry believe analysing the performance of trackers vis à vis their benchmark is not of primary importance.
As a birthday gift, here is what happened with the most prestigious names over the last three years. Draw your own conclusion!
|EURO STOXX 50||20||22,19%||23,32%||24,90%|
|MSCI Emerging Markets||16||14,97%||12,17%||13,88%|
|MSCI Emerging Markets Asia||6||25,16%||22,43%||23,87%|
|Index||# ETFs||Index||Worst ETF||Best ETF|
Now, let’s wish TrackInsight a very Happy Birthday and a long and successful life!
And because we are convinced that replication accuracy is essential but not solely, we also suggest you enjoy the recent survey commissioned by Jane Street on global ETF trading.
For the purpose of this study, we make reference to all funds listed in Europe and North America tracking the following indices:
- MSCI World Daily Total Return Net Index – USD
- S&P 500 Net Total Return Index – USD
- Russell 2000 Total Return Index – USD
- EURO STOXX 50 Net Return Index – EUR
- FTSE 100 Total Return Index – GBP
- MSCI Emerging Markets Net Total Return Index – USD
- MSCI Daily Net Total Return Emerging Markets Asia Index – USD
Net performances for period ending Sept 30th 2017 based on ETF Net Asset Values.