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SPDR S&P International Dividend (DWX) - ETF


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ETF Symbol:
Avg Vol91k
52 wk High41.30
52 wk Low34.33
Inception:Feb 2008
(as of 2017-12-14)
Total Returns:
1 day-0.4%
5 day0.4%
1 month2.0%
3 month0.5%
6 month4.7%
9 month11.2%
1 year17.9%
Compare Funds:
Correlated Group: Devlpd x/US (View cGroup) (All Groups)


Correlated Funds

Most Directly Correlated
iShares Intl Select DividendIDV0.88  
PowerShares S&P Intl Dev Low Volatility ETFIDLV0.88  
WisdomTree DIEFADWM0.87  
iShares MSCI EAFE Index FundEFA0.87  
Goldman Sachs ActiveBeta Intl Equity ETFGSIE0.87  
Schwab International Equity ETFSCHF0.87  
Vanguard FTSE Devlpd Mkts ETFVEA0.87  
iShares MSCI EAFE Min Volatility Index Fund ETEFAV0.87  
iShares Core MSCI EAFEIEFA0.87  
SPDR Portfolio World x/USSPDW0.86  
Least Correlated
iShares Barclays Government/Credit Bond FundGBF0.04  
Vanguard Extended Dur Treas IdxEDV0.04  
Guggenheim BulletShares 2017 HY Cp Bnd ETFBSJH0.03  
iShares NASDAQ Biotechnology Index FundIBB0.03  
SPDR Barclays Short Term Municipal Bond ETFSHM0.03  
iPath DJ AIG Cocoa TR Sub-Idx ETNNIB0.02  
VanEck Vectors Short MuniSMB0.01  
IShares iBonds Dec 2017 Corp ETFIBDJ0.01  
First Trust Duration Mrtg Opps ETFLMBS-0.02  
iShares Short Maturity Bond ETFNEAR-0.04  
Most Inversely Correlated
ProShares VIX Short-Term Futures ETF VIXY-0.56  
ProShares Ultra VIX Short-Term Futures ETFUVXY-0.56  
Direxion Technology Bear 3X SharesTECS-0.56  
Direxion Daily S&P 500 Bear 1X SharesSPDN-0.62  
ProShares Short S&P 500SH-0.62  
Direxion S&P 500 Bear 3X SharesSPXS-0.63  
ProShares UltraPro Short S&P 500SPXU-0.64  
Proshares UltraShort S&P500SDS-0.64  
Direxion Emerging Markets Bear 3X SharesEDZ-0.65  
ProShares Short MSCI Emerging MktsEUM-0.65  
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: 2017-12-08.

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