Most country ETFs landed in positive territory in July.
Some single-country ETFs such as the Turkey fund are down as much as 55% this year alone.
Most country ETFs had it rough in June.
Few country ETFs emerged from May unscathed.
Historical precedent suggests new entrants into MSCI Emerging Markets Index will rally into next year.
The majority of country ETFs ended up in positive territory during the month.
'AGT' will track the same index as Global X’s Argentina fund, but at a lower cost.
Egypt led the country ETFs, with a return of nearly 11% in February, while Nigeria saw a decline of more than 8%.
Most countries showed positive performance, with Argentina leading the way.