Four newly rated ETFs in the 'Sell' range turned in double digit losses for their first-year performance. Market Vectors China ETF ( PEK), down 21.8%, starts at D-. JPMorgan Double Short US 10 Year Treasury Futures ETN ( DSXJ), off 12.8%, earns an E+. Market Vectors Rare Earth/Strategic Metals ETF ( REMX), losing 13.6%, gets an E+. And, JPMorgan Double Short US Long Bond Treasury Futures ETN ( DSTJ), falling 23.6%, ranks at a rating of E.
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