Detailed Data, Updated Daily
This feed provides daily key statistics for all ETFs within the United States, including Net Asset Value (NAV), shares outstanding, average daily volume and NAV based returns (market price & total returns).
The statistics cover the entire universe of US listed ETFs and provides data from inception for each ETF. The data is updated daily at the end of each trading day and the history is adjusted for forward and reverse splits where appropriate.
The First Bridge Philosophy
The key principles that underly First Bridge's data structure are:
- Multi-Dimensional: Every ETF in the world is tagged on multiple dimensions. For example, the 'Wisdom Tree International Hedged Dividend Growth ETF' is tagged as 'Equity', 'Developed', 'Ex-US', 'Currency hedged', 'Dividend weighted', 'Growth', etc. This multi-dimensional tagging is of the utmost importance since the analysis of ETFs could start on any of these dimensions.
- Consistent: While multi-dimensional tagging is important, a uniform standard must be applied on individual dimensions. For example, on sector & industry, the data stays consistent with the Global Industry Classification System (GICS) hierarchy
- Prospectus Based: If an investment manager classifies an ETF as 'growth', then it will be classified as 'growth' within the data. Doing so simplifies the data as there is no industry-wide agreement on how to define specific dimensions (i.e. growth or value). Additionally, it avoids confusion (i.e. if the manager labeled an ETF as 'growth' and it was to be labeled as 'value' within the data lists, it would complicate ETF search and analysis).
- Extensible: New types of ETFs are consistently being brought to market. Therefore, First Bridge constantly monitors the ETF universe and has a flexible database where new 'tagging' fields are added as appropriate, all while maintaining consistency on existing fields.
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