The 10 Best and 10 Worst Performing ETFs Since Election Day

Certain sectors of the investment universe have rallied after Trump’s election. Here are the funds with the highest, and lowest, returns.

On Nov. 9, the day after the presidential election, the stock market rallied. The Dow Jones jumped 257 points, while the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ each rose 1.1 percent. After some overnight instability, markets were favoring the news of Donald Trump winning the presidency. But not in all sectors. Here, a list of the top 10 best, and worst, performing exchange traded funds one month after the election. (Performance rankings were tabulated by Morningstar, comparing the change in an ETF's NAV from market opening on Nov. 9 to closing on Dec. 8.)

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