Barclays WTI Crude Oil Pure Beta TR Index ETF Overview

With 1 ETF traded in the U.S. markets, Barclays WTI Crude Oil Pure Beta TR Index ETF gathers total assets under management of $102.95M. The average expense ratio is 0.85%. Barclays WTI Crude Oil Pure Beta TR Index ETF can be found in the following asset class:

  • Commodities

Features and News

Untangling Barclays’ ETN Mess

Most of the bank’s exchange-traded notes to resume normal operations in August.

Features and News

Barclays Suspends Sales For 30 iPath ETNs

The move comes weeks after the bank halted ‘VXX’ and ‘OIL.’

Features and News

Best Performing Commodity ETFs Of The Year

Here are the best-performing ETFs within the best-performing asset class of 2022.

Features and News

Why Barclays Suspended 'OIL,' 'VXX' Creations

It had nothing to do with market gyrations and everything to do with an error at the banking giant.

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Odds & Ends: Avantis Debuts ESG ETFs

Launches continued at a steady pace, but there were very few other goings-on in the ETF space.

Features and News

Barclays Suspends ‘OIL,’ ‘VXX’ Creations

Two more ETFs have been cut off to new money.

Features and News

Best/Worst Weekly ETF Returns: IDXJ, INXX Rise

International equities extend gains in the week ended Thursday, Sept. 20, while energy funds take the heat.

ETF Report

 The Best Oil ETF

Oil. It’s a finite resource and we’re running out of it. Unlike shares of Microsoft or ears of corn, there is only so much to go around. In theory, this long-term supply constraint is one of the few sure things in investing, so oil prices should continue to rise.

In reality, oil remains one of the most volatile commodities. While the spot price of benchmark West Texas Intermediate crude rose 7.9 percent in 2011, it wasn’t unusual to see huge swings in prices over the space of days.

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Buying Oil ETFs On A Dip

Oil has fallen sharply in the past week on worries about slowing growth and S&P’s downgrade of U.S. debt. So, if this is a buying opportunity, which ETFs are best?