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The table below compares the performance and other essential indicators like dividend yield and expense ratio of 30 Materials ETFs.

Materials ETFs are exchange-traded funds that invest in companies involved in producing and distributing raw materials such as precious metals, chemicals, and forest products. These ETFs aim to provide exposure to the performance of the materials sector and provide diversification to an investment portfolio. The holdings in these ETFs may include mining companies, commodity producers, and manufacturers of basic materials. Investing in materials ETFs can be a way to gain exposure to the global economy's performance, as the demand for raw materials can be tied to economic growth.

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Category: Materials
SymbolFull NameCategoryInceptionExpense RatioYTD Return10Y Return (Annualized)Dividend YieldMax. DrawdownSharpe RatioSortino RatioOmega RatioMartin RatioCalmar RatioUlcer Index
SGDM
Sprott Gold Miners ETFMaterialsJul 15, 20140.50%
4.22%
1.33%
Global X Silver Miners ETFMaterialsApr 19, 20100.65%
8.04%
-0.75%
0.55%
ETFMG Prime Junior Silver Miners ETFMaterialsNov 28, 20120.69%
9.10%
0.95%
0.01%
iShares MSCI Global Silver Miners ETFMaterialsJan 31, 20120.39%
12.48%
1.34%
0.78%
VanEck Vectors Steel ETFMaterialsOct 16, 20060.56%
-4.65%
8.12%
2.94%
Vanguard Materials ETFMaterialsJan 26, 20040.10%
3.16%
8.35%
1.67%
iShares Global Timber & Forestry ETFMaterialsJun 24, 20080.46%
-1.92%
6.60%
1.68%
Materials Select Sector SPDR ETFMaterialsDec 16, 19980.13%
4.18%
8.65%
1.92%
iShares S&P/TSX Capped Materials Index ETFMaterialsDec 19, 20050.60%
10.41%
4.83%
1.25%
SPDR S&P Metals & Mining ETFMaterialsJun 19, 20060.35%
2.74%
5.53%
0.86%

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Risk vs. Return Scatterplot

The Risk vs. Return Scatterplot allows you to quickly compare funds, stocks, and ETFs in one view. It displays the yearly return of an instrument on one axis and the risk (volatility) on the other.

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