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Zacks ETF Rank

ETF Rank Guide

Our Zacks ETF Ranking system was designed specifically for Exchange-Traded Funds in order to help you pick the best product for your investing needs. Not only does this system take into account asset class forecasts, but it looks at several ETF specific factors, such as expense ratios and bid-ask spreads, to give investors a comprehensive account of a funds investment profile.

This Ranking method is built for a one year outlook and seeks to find ETFs that are likely to outperform. The funds are ranked on the traditional Zacks Rank scale of #1 (Strong Buy) to #5 (Strong Sell), and we currently evaluate a variety of funds across asset classes including equities, commodities, fixed income and currency.

ETF Research

Zacks ETF Commentary

ETF Reports

Get our free, detailed ETF reports on some of the most popular and in focus funds in the market to conveniently stay informed regarding holdings, performance, and fund history.

Spdr-Sp 500 Tr (SPY) View Analyst Report
Spdr-Gold Trust (GLD) View Analyst Report
Cryshs-Euro Tr (FXE) View Analyst Report
Ishars-France (EWQ) View Analyst Report

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ETF Resources

ETF Screener

With more than 1,500 ETFs currently on the market, how do you narrow down the list? Use one of our ETF screens to find the cheapest, most popular and highest yielding funds on the market today.

ETF Education

New to the world of Exchange-Trade Funds? Learn the basics you'll need to get started with Zacks ETF Education tips.

ETF Headlines

ETF Video Commentaries

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The ETF Flash Crash: 3 Important Takeaways

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We take a look at what may have caused the flash crash and important lessons for investors (SDY, VDC, RSP, SOY).

Market Correction? Profit with These Soaring Inverse ETFs

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The market is in correction mode. Which inverse ETFs are the best to use for profits right now?