Exchange-traded fund investors pumped in some $84 billion of assets into equity ETFs while fixed income funds brought in $30 billion through May 31, according to data from State Street Global Advisors.

Broad market equity funds saw the greatest flows on an absolute basis with over $25 billion coming in the door and the dividend category also added some $12.6 billion, according to SSgA. As well, low volatility ETFs saw $6.8 billion of inflows representing over 47% of 2012 assets.

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