It’s hard to keep up with all the exchange-traded assets out there.  For a few years, there were new ETFs every month. Issuers then began to experiment with other exchange-traded assets.  In the past  year, there have even been exchange-traded asset delistings.  You could track this all down through filings in the SEC database, but MasterDATA has done this for you.  I keep my list of exchanged-traded and closed-end funds updated through their very helpful list.

I took some time to combine this list with some additional data on the asset’s issuer, type, net assets, and dividend yield. Though the last two are not always available, the data may be useful for someone in this form.  You can download the ETF spreadsheet here.

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