Most country ETFs had it rough in June.
Country ETFs saw mostly negative returns, except for some bright spots in developing markets.
Most country ETFs ended up in positive territory in November
Country ETFs were mostly in positive territory, with Norway leading the way.
Developing markets were the best and worst performers in June.
While the vast majority of ETFs trade close to their net asset values, a handful have strayed far from their NAVs.
Most countries showed positive performance, with Argentina leading the way.
The Brexit vote was supposed to be unambiguously bearish for stocks, and particularly U.K. stocks. Instead, they surged.
If risk is on your mind following the 'Brexit' vote, short-selling Europe-related ETFs could be your cup of tea.