Five ETFs That Benefit From Falling Oil Prices

By
Devon Layne
June 08, 2012
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Investors may be searching for ways to benefit from falling crude oil prices, and a number of transportation-related funds may be the ticket, according to an article on Investors’ Business Daily.

The five funds outlined by the investors.com article are as follows:

  • Guggenheim Airline ETF (NYSEArca: FAA)
  • iShares Dow Jones Transportation Average Index Fund (NYSEArca: IYT)
  • ProShares Short Oil & Gas ETF (NYSEArca: DDG)
  • United States Short Oil Fund (NYSEArca: DNO)
  • SPDR S&P Retail ETF (NYSEArca: XRT)

 

Head over to news.investors.com for the full breakdown on the funds listed above.

ETF DAILY DATA

The consumer discretionary fund 'XLY' garnered a $1 billion-plus blast of creation on Tuesday, March 3. Still, a falling market offset net inflows and pulled total U.S.-listed ETF assets down to $2.092 trillion.

'VCR,' the consumer discretionary fund, paced Vanguard's issuer-leading inflows on Tuesday, March 3, as total U.S.-listed ETF assets ended the day at $2.092 trillion.

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