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ETF Winners & Losers (June 25, 2007)

DJIA                                  13,352.05; (-8.21; -0.06%)
S&P500                            1,497.74 (-4.82; -0.32%)
NASDAQ                          2,577.08; (-11.88; -0.46%)
10YR-Bond                     5.078%; -0.06%
NYSE Volume                3,098,570,000
NASDAQ Volume          2,014,019,000

Once again, we have dropped most of the ‘leveraged’ and ‘Short’ or ‘Ultra-Short’ ETF’s.  The idea is to show which sectors were the winners and losers.  We also screen out if too many ETF’s tied to the same sector are showing up so we can show the winners and losers by groups rather than solely be the numbers.  Here are today’s:

ETF WINNERS:
iShares MSCI Taiwan Index (EWT)                             +0.83%
PowerShares Dynamic Insurance (PIC)                    +0.63%
Ultra Utilities ProShares (UPW)                                   +0.61%
Utilities Select Sector SPDR (XLU)                              +0.57%
Vanguard Long-Term Bond ETF (BLV)                       +0.50%
iShares Lehman 20+ Year Treasury (TLT)                +0.48%
PowerShares Dynamic Food & Beverage (PBJ)       +0.46%
iShares S&P Global Cons Discretionary (RXI)          +0.45%
PowerShares Dynamic Deep Value    (PVM)             +0.47%

ETF LOSERS:
iShares MSCI Mexico Index (EWW)                             -1.95%
PowerShares DB Silver (DBS)                                     -1.9%
SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Equipment & Services(XES) -1.87%
SPDR S&P Homebuilders (XHB)                                 -1.86%
iShares Dow Jones US Home Construction (ITB)    -1.79%
DJ Wilshire REIT ETF (RWR)                                        -1.71%
HealthShares European Drugs (HRJ)                         -1.70%
iShares S&P Latin America 40 Index (ILF)                   -1.7%
iShares MSCI Malaysia Index (EWM)                             -1.66%
KBW Capital Markets ETF    (KCE)                                 -1.65%
First Trust Value Line Equity Allc Index (FVI)                 -1.6%

Jon C. Ogg
June 25, 2007

Jon Ogg can be reached at jonogg@247wallst.com; he does not own securities in the companies he covers.

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