Expense Ratio: 2.14%

One Year Total Return: -8.1%

Rated "D-" by TheStreet Ratings:

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3. iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Small Cap Index Fund

iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Small Cap Index Fund ( EEMS) seeks investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the MSCI Emerging Markets Small Cap Index. The fund seeks to measure small capitalization equity market performance in the global emerging markets.

Expense Ratio: 0.69%

One Year Total Return: -2.6%

Rated "D" by TheStreet Ratings:

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2. EGShares India Consumer ETF

EGShares India Consumer ETF ( INCO) seeks investment results that correspond to the price and yield performance of the INDXX India Consumer Index. Under normal circumstances, the fund will invest at least 80% of its net assets in Indian consumer companies included in the underlying index.

Expense Ratio: 0.89%

One Year Total Return: -3.0%

Rated "D+" by TheStreet Ratings:

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1. EGShares Low Volatility Emerging Markets Dividend ETF

EGShares Low Volatility Emerging Markets Dividend ETF ( HILO) seeks investment results that correspond to the price and yield performance of the INDXX Emerging Markets High Income Low Beta Index. Under normal circumstances, the fund will invests at least 80 percent of its net assets in emerging markets companies included in the underlying index.

Expense Ratio: 0.85%

One Year Total Return: 4.3%

Rated "D+" by TheStreet Ratings:

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Research Methodology

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 and those that have 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.

Funds rated A or B are considered "Buy" rated based on a track record of higher than average risk-adjusted performance. Funds at the C level are rated as "Hold," while underperformers at the D and E levels our model ranks as "Sell."

-- Reported by Kevin Baker in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

Kevin Baker became the senior financial analyst for TheStreet Ratings upon the August 2006 acquisition of Weiss Ratings by TheStreet.com, covering equity and mutual fund ratings. He joined the Weiss Group in 1997 as a banking and brokerage analyst. In 1999, he created the Weiss Group's first ratings to gauge the level of risk in U.S. equities. Baker received a B.S. degree in management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an M.B.A. with a finance specialization from Nova Southeastern University.

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