The first quarter of 2019 saw the best return for the S&P 500 of the last 21 years. It should not be surprising, then, that the exchange-traded funds that have performed the best thus far in 2019 have been ETFs that track large-cap stocks. Which other groups of ETFs have been leaders so far this year (and are likely to remain leaders, according to the author of today’s article, as the trends underlying their performance continue)? And which groups of ETFs have been the biggest laggards so far this year (and, again, are likely to continue lagging)? CLICK HERE.