Sumit Roy

Sumit Roy is a staff writer for ETF.com and ETF Report.

Features and News

Energy ETFs A Bargain If Citi's $60 Oil Call Is Right

Energy is the worst-performing stock market sector of 2017 so far, but that could change if Citigroup is right about oil prices.

Features and News

VanEck Responds To New GDXJ Changes

Issuer of GDXJ says that had the rule changes gone into effect at the end of March, the weighted average market cap of the junior miners index would have increased by 70%.

Weekly ETF Flows

Gold Fund 'GLD' Powers $3.2B Of Weekly Inflows

Investors loaded up on gold ahead of a key presidential vote in France. 

Features and News

Alternatives To Changing Gold Miner ETFs

GDXJ and JNUG are the largest and most liquid funds in the junior gold miner space, but there are a handful of competitors that may be attractive to investors.

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Leveraged Gold Miner ETF Breaks Down

A popular leveraged gold miner ETF suspended creations. Here's what it means for traders and investors.

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Popular Gold Miner ETF To Change Dramatically

Changes to the index for GDXJ mean the makeup of the ETF will look very different following the next rebalancing.

Features and News

ETFs With The Lowest Valuations

With the U.S. stock market trading at lofty P/E ratios, value investors must look elsewhere to find bargains.

Features and News

How An ETF Gets Too Big For Its Index

The case of one popular gold miner ETF suggests it's possible for a fund to become too large to track its underlying index.

Weekly ETF Flows

Weekly Flows Positive Despite $8B Outflow From 'SPY'

The world's largest ETF saw outflows, but ETFs on the whole managed to eke out an inflow during the week ending Thursday, April 6, according to FactSet.