National investment fraud lawyers KlaymanToskes reports the top ten worst-performing U.S. equity actively managed exchange-traded funds (“ETFs”) of 2022. This list is based on year-to-date returns as of December 27th, 2022 with data received from Morningstar Direct. Funds launched after January 1st, 2018 do not have 5-year return data.
If you suffered investment losses in exchange-traded funds (“ETFs”) that were recommended to you by a full-service brokerage firm, you may be entitled to a financial recovery. Contact securities attorney Lawrence L. Klayman at (888) 997-9956 or email@example.com to discuss your recovery options at no cost.
Disclosure: Investors that had self-directed accounts who did not rely on the advice of a financial advisor are not eligible for our services.
1. iShares by BlackRock MSCI Russia ETF (ERUS)
2. VanEck Russia ETF (RSX)
3. VanEck Russia Small-Cap ETF (RSXJ)
4. Osprey Solana Trust (OSOL)
5. Direxion Daily DowJones Int BI 3X ETF (WEBL)
6. ProShares UltraShort Bloomberg Natrl Gas (KOLD)
7. Grayscale Decentraland Trust (MANA)
8. Grayscale Filecoin Trust (FIL)
9. Direxion Daily Sel Lg Cp & FANGsInt BII 2X (FNGG)
10. ETFMG 2X Daily Alternative Harvest ETF (MJXL)
Exchange Traded Fund (“ETF”) shares can be bought or sold on a stock exchange and are traded intraday, meaning they differ from mutual funds that trade at daily closing prices. ETFs can be passively or actively managed. While passive ETFs track an index, active ETFs are managed by financial professionals on the behalf of an investor, making them generally more expensive due to the commissions and other fees incurred by portfolio management.
If your broker or financial adviser recommended unsuitable ETFs, disregarded your risk-tolerance when making complex ETF investment recommendations, or over-concentrated your portfolio in too many ETFs, they may be responsible for any investment losses incurred.
Investors who suffered significant losses should contact attorney Lawrence L. Klayman to discuss legal options at (888) 997-9956 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Consultations are free and every case is taken on a contingency basis, meaning we do not collect attorney’s fees unless we are able to obtain a financial recovery for you.
See our related ETF blog post: “Did Your Brokerage Firm Sell Alerian MLP ETF (AMPL)? KlaymanToskes Has Recovery Options”
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