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The Best and Worst All-ETF Portfolios of 2014

Monday, March 20, 2017 7:57
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Major equity indexes on the home front continued their ascent in 2014, much to the bears’ growing frustrations. Amid the run-up, the fairly short-lived periods of profit-taking served as buying opportunities throughout the year. These rounds of selling saw volatility levels spike more than they did the previous year, perhaps showcasing the increasingly cautious nature of investors in light of the stellar five-year bull run seen thus far [see also The Best and Worst Sector ETFs of 2014].  Below, we break down the best and worst performing strategies from our All-ETF Portfolio lineup to see how they stacked up against one another as well as the broader market. Please note that all returns are as of 12/19/2014, and at the time of writing, the S&P 500 Index was up 11.8% on the year. The Best Performers The domestic health care and technology sectors beat the broad equity market by a wide margin in […]

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