The stock market has been battered over the last month or so. At Thursday’s close, the S&P 500 was up about 2% on the year, after having been up almost 9% at its peak in August. But despite all the losses, there are still some big winners amid exchange-traded funds. Of course, a number of the funds are benefiting because they bet that stock prices would fall.
Click through to see the 10 ETFs that are up the most this year, according to data as of Nov. 15 from Morningstar Inc.
Correction: This slideshow was corrected to eliminate two Eaton Vance funds from the No. 1 and No. 2 positions after InvestmentNews learned the Morningstar list did not correctly reflect the funds’ performance.