The primary objective of an ETF is to track its index. In the best-case scenario, the ETF’s tracking difference is expected to equal the ETF fees. However, it is very rare that this scenario happens, ETFs providers either beat this expected return or the other way around, tend to present worst performance.
With different demeanours and exposures, benchmarks can be of different size and structure depending on their construction rule and the investment universe.
TrackInsight has been launched in October 2014 to answer a simple question: “which is the best ETF to replicate a given index?”. A few years later, with the surge of the passive investing and the multiplication of ETFs available on the market, this issue is more relevant than ever.
Customise your TrackInsight environment with tailor-made ETF lists, monitor their evolution at a glance and make the appropriate adjustments to your portfolio to always own the best ETF.
TrackInsight has been built following a simple observation: there is no independant platform enabling investors to easily browse the ETF universe and get rid of the data issues found in the most commonly used databases. Hence, TrackInsight implements a multiple-data sourcing and a heavy correction process to ensure the quality of outputs provided on the platform.
The promoters of ETFs enjoyed net inflows (+€6.6 bn) for October. These flows were at the same level as the flows for September but were still below the rolling 12-month average of €6.9 bn.