Although the eurozone economy is improving, many stocks remain unloved.
After the spring downturn, yields look attractive.
These ETFs provide fat yields with limited risk.
Exchange-traded funds that track insurance companies and regional banks have been strong performers.
Small stocks' earnings are increasing as the economy continues to grow, and this has helped small growth mutual funds.
The benchmarks hold long bonds that could sink if rates rise.
By focusing on consumer stocks, they have outpaced competitors.
As sluggish economies recover, these mutual funds should thrive.
By holding mixes of stocks and bonds, these funds deliver steady results.
The winning ETFs emphasize companies with the greatest revenue.