This weekly column of SchaeffersResearch.com highlights leading and lagging Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) and is designed to supplement the data you can find in our ETF center. The graph below is based on a select list of ETFs that I follow and reflects the returns from last Friday's close through this morning.
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Last week, we saw a downside bias where financials and housing were the weakest area. This week shows no reprieve from the selling...
A full 90% of my list is showing a loss, with the only real gains coming from precious metals. A few groups like bonds, utilities, oil and consumer staples are holding near breakeven, but none are showing meaningful gains.
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