The U.S. ETF and ETP industry capped 2014 by reaching the $2 trillion mark for the first time, surging on increased popularity among institutional and retail investors.

But in 2015, much of the industry's growth outlook will depend on how competition fares between the cascade of funds entering the market, currency hedging and smart beta trends, and the momentum new non-transparent ETFs can gain with investors and offerings.

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