A flat U.S. stock market and losses in the U.S. bond and most international markets mask what has been another impressive year for ETF inflows of approximately $280 billion as of mid-December. Such a cash haul would be the third-straight year of greater-than-$250 billion net inflows even as investors have further pared exposure to mutual funds.
But as 2018 fades in the rearview mirror, it’s time to predict what will happen in 2019 …
The first zero-expense-ratio ETF will launch in 2019, according to CFRA.
The full article is available at https://www.etf.com/sections/blog/get-ready-zero-fee-etfs