Losses ranged from 13% to 46% for the 15 ETFs on the list.
One natural gas ETF has already seen $750 million worth of inflows in 2017 despite dropping 58% in the first two months of the year.
The Barclays unit is rolling out a sequel to its natural gas ETN that is closed for creations, and has outlined ways for investors to swap the old for the new.
Also, S&P 500 already trading at levels forecast for year-end.
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PowerShares plans three active commodity ETFs that don’t require K-1 forms.
These ETFs performed the best in a comeback year for oil.
These ETFs are poised to underperform following the election of Donald Trump.