Interactive Microsite Reveals Key Trends on Third Anniversary of Largest Commission-Free ETF Program
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SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Charles Schwab has unveiled The Schwab ETF OneSource 2016 ETF Industry Outlook, an interactive microsite that explores the ETF topics and trends that will be most important to investors and advisors in the year ahead.
“So many investors now view ETFs as the foundational component of a well-diversified investment portfolio. On average, investors already using ETFs are now allocating one-fifth of their total portfolios to these versatile products,1” said Heather Fischer, Vice President of ETF Platform Management at Charles Schwab. “The Schwab ETF OneSource 2016 ETF Industry Outlook is a dynamic collaboration among Schwab ETF OneSource participants designed to shed light on the ETF landscape and provide investors with practical insights about ETF investing in today’s market environment.”
Featuring interactive, shareable insights and data on ETFs in the current market environment and commentary on the implications for investors, the microsite showcases the perspectives of 13 of the leading ETF providers that participate in the Schwab ETF OneSource™ program:
|J.P. Morgan Asset Management|
|State Street SPDR ETFs|
|United States Commodity Funds|
|Charles Schwab Investment Management|
To view the full report, visit http://www.schwab.com/ETFOneSourceOutlook.
Schwab ETF OneSource Turns Three
The debut of the interactive microsite coincides with the three-year anniversary of Schwab ETF OneSource, the program that offers investors and advisors the most commission-freei ETFs anywhere in the industry. The program was launched in February 2013 with six providers and 105 ETFs. In three years, the program has more than doubled to now offer investors 226 commission-free ETFs spanning 66 Morningstar Categories from 16 providers.
About Schwab ETF OneSource
As of December 31, 2015, Schwab ETF OneSource has $48.8 billion in the program and 2015 flows into ETFs in the program are $13 billion, representing 38% percent of the total ETF flows at Schwab.
Schwab ETF OneSource offers investors and advisors access to the most commission-free ETFs anywhere in the industry. Commission-free online trading is available to individual investors at Schwab, to approximately 7,000 independent investment advisors who use Schwab’s custodial services and through Schwab retirement accounts that permit trading of ETFs.
Schwab offers a range of resources to help clients choose ETFs that fit their investment needs, including the Schwab ETF Select List™, tutorials, education, research and tools available via Schwab’s online ETF center and live events at local Schwab branches.
About Charles Schwab
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i Conditions Apply: Trades in ETFs available through Schwab ETF OneSource™ (including Schwab ETFs™) are available without commissions when placed online in a Schwab account. Service charges apply for trade orders placed through a broker ($25) or by automated phone ($5). An exchange processing fee applies to sell transactions. Certain types of Schwab ETF OneSource transactions are not eligible for the commission waiver, such as short sells and buys to cover (not including Schwab ETFs). Schwab reserves the right to change the ETFs we make available without commissions. All ETFs are subject to management fees and expenses. Please see Charles Schwab Pricing Guide for additional information.