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VanEck Vectors Brazil Small-Cap ETF (BRF) - ETF


Charts and data are derived from prices adjusted for both splits and distributions to emphasize total return.

ETF Symbol:
Avg Vol53k
52 wk High20.80
52 wk Low11.15
Inception:May 2009
(as of 2017-03-27)
Total Returns:
1 day-0.5%
5 day-2.8%
1 month-2.6%
3 month27.4%
6 month19.3%
9 month47.3%
1 year64.9%
Compare Funds:
Correlated Group: Emerg Mkts (View cGroup) (All Groups)


Correlated Funds

Most Directly Correlated
iShares MSCI Brazil Small Cap Index FundEWZS0.96  
Direxion Daily Brazil Bull 3X Shares ETFBRZU0.94  
iShares MSCI Brazil Index FundEWZ0.93  
iShares S&P Latin America 40 Index FundILF0.92  
First Trust D Wright Intl Focus 5 ETFIFV0.90  
PowerShares FTSE RAFI Emerging Markets PortfoPXH0.85  
JPMorgan Diversified Return Emerg Mkts EquityJPEM0.85  
SPDR S&P Emerging Markets Dividend ETF EDIV0.83  
iShares Emerging Markets Dividend ETFDVYE0.83  
Schwab Fundmntl Emerg Mkts Large Company ETFFNDE0.82  
Least Correlated
iShares US Broker-Dealers & ExchsIAI0.01  
Guggenheim Ultra Short BondGSY0.01  
iShares Short Maturity Bond ETFNEAR0.00  
First Trust Enh Short Maturity ETFFTSM-0.00  
iShares US Regional BanksIAT-0.00  
First Trust NASDAQ ABA Community BankQABA-0.00  
SPDR KBW Regional BankingKRE-0.00  
PIMCO Enhanced Short Maturity Strgy ETFMINT-0.01  
ProShares UltraPro FinancialsFINU-0.01  
Most Inversely Correlated
Proshares UltraShort QQQQID-0.57  
ProShares UltraShort FTSE/Zinhua China 25FXP-0.57  
ProShares Short QQQPSQ-0.57  
Direxion Daily China Bear 3X SharesYANG-0.57  
Direxion Technology Bear 3X SharesTECS-0.57  
ProShares Short High Yield SJB-0.68  
ProShares UltraShort MSCI Emerging MktsEEV-0.78  
Direxion Emerging Markets Bear 3X SharesEDZ-0.78  
ProShares Short MSCI Emerging MktsEUM-0.78  
ProShares UltraShort MSCI BrazilBZQ-0.94  
These 126 day (6 month) correlations can be considered short term, focusing on recent price movements.
Correlations are only calculated for actively traded funds. As of: 2017-03-24.

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