The best performer among commodities and currencies futures in 2014 is coffee which is up 48%, while the worst is crude oil which is 46% down, according to analysis by Finviz.
Coffee is followed by feeder cattle (+31%) and live cattle (+23.5%) while the second and third worst performers are heating oil (-42%) and cotton (-28%). Natural gas is equally worse, which is down 27% in 2014.
The gainers' list includes only one currency that is the US dollar and only one precious metal that is palladium, which were up 12.5% and 11.6% respectively.
There are five major equity index futures and two US bond futures in the green list, namely Nasdaq 100, S&P 500, DJIA, Nikkei 225 and Russel 2000 and 30-year and 10-year Treasurys.
The red list include as much as seven currency futures namely, yen (-11.8%), euro (-11.8%), Swiss franc (-10.1%), Canadian dollar (-8.2%), Australian dollar (-8.1%), British pound (-5.2%) and New Zealand dollar (-5.1%).
The two metal futures in the losers' list are silver (-17.2%) and copper (-16.5%).
Gold, wheat and orange juice futures are little changed with marginal declines.