Last month, Jim Wiandt at Index Universe put together a table for exchange traded fund (ETF) data nerds. It was such a hit, he’s got more for you.

He put all 664 ETFs on a spreadsheet, multiplied the assets for each ETF by its expense ratio, then divided that number by the total assets under management for all ETFs, getting the average dollar-weighted expense ratio for the entire U.S.-listed ETF universe: 0.354995%.

From there, he calculated that the total revenues in the ETF business are $1.994 billion (calculated using 603 funds, after he eliminated the HOLDRs and funds that didn’t have their expense ratios).

Broken down by revenue per fund, the top five are:

  • iShares MSCI Emerging Markets (EEM), $192.6 million
  • iShares MSCI EAFE (EFA), $164 million
  • streetTRACKS Gold Shares (GLD), $79.9 million
  • SPDRs (SPY), $66.5 million
  • iShares MSCI Brazil (EWZ), $55.7 million

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