UNGUnited States Natural Gas Fund LP
UNG Fund Description
UNG holds near-month futures contracts in natural gas, as well as swap contracts.
UNG Factset Analytics Insight
UNG offers straightforward exposure to front-month natural gas futures, rolling expiring front-month contracts to the next-nearest month. This method increases the sensitivity to underlying gas prices and to the shape of the futures curve, the same as our benchmark. The natural gas contract is natural gas delivered at the Henry Hub, Louisiana. UNG primarily invests in natural gas futures listed in New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX), and may invest in forwards and swap contracts. Structured as a commodities pool, investors should expect a K-1 at tax time and a blended tax rate.
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UNG Factset Analytics Block Liquidity
This measurement shows how easy it is to trade a $1 million USD block of UNG. UNG is rated a 5 out of 5.
UNG Sector Breakdown
UNG Top 10 Targeted Commodity Weights
UNG Tenor Strategy
UNG invests solely in front-month futures contracts. This means that the fund will be particularly sensitive to changes in spot prices, but may be priced higher or lower than spot, sometimes dramatically.
UNG Rolling Strategy
UNG is rolled over the course of four days.
UNG Performance Statistics
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