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Some are looking for defensive ETFs, while others are seeking to ride a rebound.
Financial, real estate and 'green' energy take the biggest hits, dropping as much as 87%.
The UltraShort Russell MidCap Growth Fund is up 99% this year.
Stocks are becoming more attractive as income producers, while bonds pay paltry yields.
Large-company ETFs have taken a beating this year, but they have distinct advantages right now.
The stock-market crash has highlighted inverse ETFs, which are now some of the best performers.
The funds, which have fallen along with the price of crude, still pose risks.
Amid the mortgage crisis, PowerShares this week launches the first actively managed U.S. real estate ETF.
Semiconductor ETFs have felt the pain of the selloff and may not recover as the industry's focus shifts.
RevenueShares takes a fresh approach to ETFs, and boasts better performance to boot.