Despite a year of surprises, these 10 ETFs surged by 50% or more.
A number of ETFs lost a quarter or even half their value this year.
Our ETF Explainer explores the fluctuations of a fund that tracks copper companies.
These ETFs have risen by more than 20 percent already this month.
Rising markets and demand from China is good business for copper ETFs.
The red metal has made a nice comback since May.
Copper ETPs fell in the past week on a slowdown in commodity consumption in China.
An age-old debate in commodity investing is whether to buy the raw material itself or the stocks of the producers of said raw material.
No single sector survived the first three quarters of 2013 without some damage, but some fared much better than others.