Two of the funds listed below have nowhere to go but up in future ratings as we initiate coverage at our lowest possible rating of E-. PowerShares DWA Emerging Markets Technical Leaders Portfolio (PIE), took a hit by following the Dorsey Wright Emerging Markets Technical Leaders Index to a loss of 62.76% in 2008.
The fund is allocated to 29% China, 14.6% Mexico, 12.8% Indonesia, 10% Malaysia and 8.3% Brazil equities.
TheStreet.com Ratings condenses the available fund performance and risk data into a single composite opinion of each fund's risk-adjusted performance. This allows the unbiased identification of those funds that have historically done well or underperformed the market.While there is no guarantee of future performance, these investment ratings provide a solid framework for making informed, timely investment decisions. The funds listed below have reached their one-year anniversary.
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