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This Week's Top Performing ETFs: 10/18/2020

Top Performing Unleveraged ETFs Last Week

These were last week’s top performing ETFs. We’ve excluded funds which use leverage or make inverse bets on their underlying assets.

This past week saw a diverse mix of funds top our total return charts; from commodities to single countries to a Chinese sector fund. Notable were a pair of funds launched by Pacer in 2016: the Principal Shareholder Yield Index ETF (PY ) and the Principal Price Setters Index ETF (PSET ). Both funds primarily track US large cap stocks, though PY allocates half to the midcap space, with a smart beta twist. Another smart beta fund that made the list this week was the IBD Breakout Opportunities ETF (BOUT). BOUT is a global all-cap equity fund that seeks to identify “breakout stocks” that should soon experience periods of sustained price growth beyond recent resistance levels. All three smart beta funds are small with $25 million or less in assets, but their unique spins may be something to consider during this year’s volatile market.

TickerName1 Week Return
(PY )Principal Shareholder Yield Index ETF6.25%
(CHIX C)Global X MSCI China Financials ETF5.40%
(PSET )Principal Price Setters Index ETF4.33%
(FCAN C)First Trust Canada AlphaDEX Fund4.06%
(BAL B+)iPath Series B Bloomberg Cotton Subindex Total Return ETN3.79%
(NGE B)Global X MSCI Nigeria ETF3.34%
(JJN C+)iPath Series B Bloomberg Nickel Subindex Total Return ETN3.05%
(BOUT)IBD Breakout Opportunities ETF2.94%
(WEAT C)Teucrium Wheat2.92%
(AFTY )Pacer CSOP FTSE China A50 ETF2.87%
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