April 04, 2011 at 09:00 AM EDT
Seven Best ETF Performers Of Q1 (And Five Of The Worst)
The first quarter of 2011 is officially in the books, and the last three months have been a stretch marked by instability both domestically and abroad. Significant uncertainty remains, as investors are still divided on the outlook for interest rates, further stimulus measures, and the ability of emerging markets to continue driving global GDP growth. Despite the lingering concerns, the first quarter was a generally strong stretch for most portfolios. The broad-based SPY added a little more than 5% during the last three months, while the most popular emerging markets ETF (VWO) added close to 2%. Several ETFs have turned in blistering performances to start the year, surging by more than 20% in the first quarter of 2011. Among the best performers are a number of funds investors might expect, as well as several that likely wouldn’t come to mind immediately. Below, we profile the seven best ETF performers during [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Three ETFs To Watch This Week: EGPT, KWT, BNZ Commodity ETF Ideas: Profiting From Backwardation Six ETFs That Surged In January ETFs To Watch As Egyptian Drama Plays Out Best ETF Performers Of 2010: Winners For Every ETFdb Category
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