Four ETFs For An Oil Rebound

By
Devon Layne
October 26, 2012
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After peaking at $110 earlier this year, oil prices have fallen below $86 this past week. Just the same, investors should be preparing for energy prices to rebound by looking to take positions in a number of ETFs, according to an article on ETF Trends.

The following ETFs were listed in ETF Trends:

  • United States Oil Fund (NYSEArca: USO)
  • United States Brent Oil Fund (NYSEArca: BNO)
  • United States Gasoline Fund (NYSEArca: UGA)
  • United States Diesel-Heating Oil Fund (NYSEArca: UHN)

 

For the full story, visit ETFtrends.com.

ETF DAILY DATA

The S&P 500 funds 'SPY' and 'IVV' led inflows on Thursday, Feb. 26, as total U.S.-listed ETF assets dipped to $2.094 trillion

'SPY,' 'MDY, 'XLF' and 'XLY' paced SSgA's issuer-leading inflows on Thursday, Feb. 26, as total U.S.-listed ETF assets fell to $2.094 trillion.

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