NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Welcome to Don Dion's "Daily ETF Winners and Losers." Be sure to stop by each day to find out which ETFs are gaining or losing.
Market Vectors Indonesia ETF
After landing a top spot on Thursday's losers list, the Indonesia ETF has staged a respectable comeback, earning a top winners spot.
Despite these gains, I would encourage investors to use caution when venturing into IDX and other emerging market ETFs. Resounding market turmoil will likely make these inherently volatile nations a risky bet.
Market Vectors Coal ETF
The upward action we are witnessing following Thursday's steep sell-off is helping investors breathe a collective sigh of relief. As we approach the week's close many of the hardest hit corners of the marketplace are staging the strongest recoveries.
Aside from KOL, the
Guggenheim Solar ETF
is also heading higher. This is the fund's first day of gains following a six-day losing streak.
ProShares UltraShort 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF
After five days of solid upward action, the
iShares Barclays 20+ Year Treasury Bond Fund
is taking a break and allowing TBT to recover some lost ground.
TLT's ascension over the past few weeks has helped it power back to its all-time highs. Looking to the days ahead it will be interesting to see if the fund can hold onto this level.
ETFS Physical Silver Trust
Precious metals are failing to find a footing following Thursday's sell-off. Leading the retreat is silver. As a result of a steep three-day slide, SLV has broken through the lows seen during its May sell-off.
Gold is faring poorly as well. Shares of the bullion-backed
iShares Gold Trust
are off 5%, while the
Market Vectors Junior Gold Miners ETF
has fallen over 7%.
iShares MSCI Philippines Investable Market Index Fund
While the Indonesia ETF is scoring a top spot among today's winners, not all emerging markets are faring as well. EPHE's losses over the past week have pushed the fund back to all- time lows.
Thailand is also showing weakness. The
iShares MSCI Thailand Investable Market Index Fund
is nearing 2011 lows.