ETF New Highs / Lows

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New Lows: 80 (32.0 %)

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Symbol ETF Return
OMFL Invesco Russell 1000 Multifactor ETF +0.5%
IAGG iShares Core Int'l Aggregate Bond -0.1%
SPIB SPDR Portfolio Interm Corp Bond (4-5yr) -0.9%
SCHF Schwab FTSE Developed Market Int'l Equity -0.9%
VSS Vanguard FTSE World ex-US Small Cap -1.0%
BNDX Vanguard Total International Bond -1.1%
VEU Vanguard FTSE All-World ex-US -1.1%
VXUS Vanguard MSCI All Country Ex-US Int'l -1.1%
SPDW SPDR Portfolio Dev World Ex-US ETF -1.2%
VEA Vanguard FTSE Developed Ex North America -1.2%
IXUS iShares Core MSCI Total Int'l Stock -1.3%
EMB iShares JPM Emerg Markets Bond -1.3%
EFA iShares MSCI EAFE -1.4%
EFAV iShares MSCI EAFE Minimum Volatility -1.4%
IDEV iShares Core MSCI Intl Developed Markets -1.4%
EEMV iShares MSCI Emerg Mkts Minimum Volatility -1.4%
IEFA iShares Core MSCI EAFE -1.4%
VIGI Vanguard Intl Dividend Appreciation ETF -1.5%
ESGD iShares ESG Aware MSCI EAFE -1.5%
ACWX iShares MSCI All-World ex-US -1.7%
BBEU JPMorgan Betabuilders Europe -2.2%
XBI SPDR S&P Biotech ETF -2.2%
IEI iShares Barclays 3-7 Yr Tsy Bond (4-5yr) -2.3%
USIG iShares Barclays Credit Bond Index (6yr) -2.5%
VGK Vanguard Europe -2.6%
IGIB iShares Barclays Intermed Credit (4-5yr) -2.6%
IEUR iShares Core MSCI Europe -2.7%
FBND Fidelity Total Bond ETF -2.7%
VCIT Vanguard Interm Corp Bond (6-7yr) -2.8%
IQLT iShares MSCI Intl Quality Factor ETF -2.9%
VGIT Vanguard Interm-Term Gov't Bond (5-6yr) -3.0%
SPTI SPDR Barclays Interm Treasury (4yr) -3.1%
SCHR Schwab Intermediate Treasury (5-6yr) -3.1%
IUSB iShares Core Total USD Bond Market -3.1%
SCZ iShares MSCI EAFE Small Cap Index -3.1%
EEM iShares MSCI Emerging Markets -3.2%
SCHC Schwab FTSE Developed Small Cap ex-U.S. -3.3%
BND Vanguard Total Bond Market -3.5%
SPAB SPDR Portfolio Aggregate Bond (4-5yr) -3.5%
SCHP Schwab Barclays Capital U.S. TIPS (7-8yr) -3.6%
TIP iShares Barclays TIPS -3.6%
AGG iShares Core Total US Bond -3.7%
VDC Vanguard MSCI U.S. Consumer Staples -3.7%
SCHZ Schwab Barclays Aggregate Bond -3.7%
IBB iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology Index -3.8%
BIV Vanguard Barclays Govt-Credit Mix -3.8%
SPLV Invesco S&P 500 Low Volatility ETF -3.8%
GOVT iShares Barclays US Treasury (5-6yr) -4.0%
VMBS Vanguard Mortgage-Backed Bonds -4.2%
LQD iShares iBoxx Invest Grade Bond -4.2%
EZU iShares MSCI EMU Index Fund -4.2%
MBB iShares Barclays MBS Bond Fund (2yr) -4.4%
FIXD First Trust TCW Opportunst Fixed Inc ETF -4.5%
SDY SPDR S&P U.S. Dividend Aristocrats -4.5%
FVD First Trust U.S. Value Line Dividend -4.8%
VNQ Vanguard MSCI U.S. REIT -5.0%
XLRE U.S. Real Estate Sector SPDR -5.2%
SCHH Schwab Dow Jones U.S. REIT Index -5.3%
IEF iShares Barclays 7-10 Yr Treasury -5.8%
XLP U.S. Consumer Staples Sector SPDR -5.9%
EFG iShares MSCI EAFE Growth Index -6.3%
GLDM SPDR Gold MiniShares Trust -6.8%
VCLT Vanguard Long-Term Corp Bond (12+yr) -6.8%
IAU iShares COMEX Gold Trust -6.9%
GLD SPDR Gold Shares -6.9%
ITA iShares Dow Jones U.S. Aerospace-Defense -7.0%
SLV iShares Silver Trust -7.3%
IGF iShares S&P Global Infrastructure Index -7.9%
IHI iShares DJ U.S. Medical Devices -8.4%
BLV Vanguard Long-Term Gov't+Credit (12+yr) -9.5%
XLU U.S. Utilities Sector SPDR -10.9%
TLH iShares Barclays 10-Year Treasury -11.2%
VPU Vanguard MSCI U.S. Utilities -11.3%
VGLT Vanguard Long-Term Gov't Bond (14-15yr) -12.8%
SPTL SPDR Portfolio Long Term Treasury (15yr+) -12.8%
MCHI iShares MSCI China Index -13.3%
TLT iShares Barclays Long-Term Treasury -14.0%
GDX Market Vectors Gold Miners Equity Index -17.3%
GDXJ Market Vectors Junior Gold Miners -19.1%
ICLN iShares S&P Global Clean Energy Index -24.4%

* The number of new highs / lows is drawn from a universe of the largest 250 ETFs (by assets), excluding very short-term bond funds and leveraged / inverse ETFs.
The new highs and lows are based on the total return data series that better reflects the underlying indexes. ETFs need to be adjusted, as ignoring distributions will result in faulty comparisons between securities that pay dividends and those that do not.