Sector-based ETFs (Q2 of 2014)

Posted on 07/09/2014

US sector inventory was among the greatest opportunities last quarter. Precious Metals and Energy funds generally climbed at twice the pace of the market, and a handful of funds were up more than 15% in Q2. Aside from the narrow Global X Uranium Fund [URA], which fell -15.87% over the past 3 months, the underperforming sectors did so in rather subtle fashion. Banks and Builders generally lagged the market, but fell less than 3% in doing so.


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Symbol Performance
SCIF 40.029%
SCIN 39.320%
SMIN 36.097%
EPOL 30.856%
INXX 30.208%
EMQQ 30.153%
KWEB 29.945%
PLND 28.784%
ARKK 27.581%
PGJ 25.377%
PGJ.TR 25.377%
Sector Symbol Performance
Healthcare BBH 24.115%
Technology FDN 24.071%
Real Estate FRI 20.716%
Basic Materials GDX 20.084%
Consumer Cyclical FXD 19.032%
Energy DBE 14.946%
Industrial EXI 14.443%
Financial BSV 13.661%
Utilities FIW 13.357%
Consumer Noncyclical FXG 11.200%
Telecommunications IXP 8.496%
Financial Services FREL 3.198%

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