Utilities ETF Overview

Utilities ETFs invest in the equity of companies from the utilities industry. These companies are known for their reliable dividend payments and negative correlations to interest rates. A favorite for income investors, utilities often have higher dividend yields and carry moderate levels of risk.

Utilities ETFs are classified under this market segment:

Equity: U.S. Utilities

Features and News

Cloud Looms Over Surging Utility ETFs

Here's what threatens the utility rally.

Weekly ETF Flows

ETF Inflows Hit Annual Record: $292B

Annual inflows for 2017 hit a record high for a second-straight week.

Daily Hot Reads

Wednesday Hot Reads: 2 Views On Active ETFs

Plus, some thoughts on different parts of the bond markets.

ETF.com Analysis

How Factors Can Skew ETF Exposure

Factor screens can lead to higher concentration compared to market cap.

Weekly ETF Flows

Int'l Equity & Biotech ETFs Fuel Weekly Inflows

U.S.-listed ETFs took in $3.6 billion in new money in the latest week.

Weekly ETF Flows

Weekly Inflows Slow To A Trickle

Inflows into U.S.-listed ETFs were positive, but they fell significantly from the lofty levels of the past few weeks. 

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: Trend-Following Factor Fund Debuts

Alpha Architect's new ETF will invest in its other ETFs to combine value and momentum exposures with a trend-following hedging strategy. 

ETF.com Analysis

Red Hot Coal ETF Returns Not A Trump Trade

With an administration focused on the coal industry, is the surging VanEck Vectors Coal ETF responding to politics, or economics?