Inside The ETFdb 60 Index: December 2012

Published on by on December 3, 2012

The ETFdb 60 Index is an equal-weighted benchmark comprised of the largest ETF in each ETFdb Category, excluding inverse and leveraged ETFs. The Index gives an indication of the overall direction of the investable asset classes represented by this group of ETFs.

At present, the ETFdb 60 Index includes 32 equity ETFs, 14 fixed income ETFs, 5 commodity ETFs, 2 real estate ETFs,and6 miscellaneous ETFs (including currencies and multi-asset funds). For more information about the ETFdb 60 Index, or to see a complete list of holdings, click here.

Monthly Winners and Losers

The ETFdb 60 Index made a come back in November as equity markets started off poorly before picking up steam and ending on a fairly encouraging note. 

Monthly Winners 

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