Wilderhill New Energy Global Innovation Index ( Net) ETF Overview

With 1 ETFs traded in the U.S. markets, Wilderhill New Energy Global Innovation Index ( Net) ETFs gather total assets under management of $48.81M. The average expense ratio is 0.75%. Wilderhill New Energy Global Innovation Index ( Net) ETFs can be found in the following asset classes:

  • Equity

ETF Report

ESG Performance At A Turning Point?

More often than not, ESG ETFs are crushed by the broader market, but 2017 was different. Why?

ETF Report

 ETF Explainer: PBW

Our ETF Explainer considers the market events driving the performance of the alternative energy space.

Features and News

Innovation ETFs: Real Deal Or Gimmick?

A wave of innovation-focused ETFs leaves some wondering if this is the latest growth-oriented gimmick or a sustainable investment theme.

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 Innovation: Theme Or Growth?

A wave of innovation-focused ETFs leaves some wondering if this is the latest growth-oriented gimmick or a sustainable investment theme.

ETF.com Analysis

Did Germany Just Bring Sexy Back To Green ETFs?

On Monday, Germany made headlines by announcing it will shutter all its nuclear reactors by 2022. But is it a game-changer for renewable energy?

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 Is It Getting Easier To Be Green Again?

Renewable energy ETFs were all the hype in the summer of 2008; crude oil prices topped $140 a barrel and investors searched for alternatives. The hype didn’t last, however. Crude prices crashed to the mid-$30s during the financial crisis later that year. The two largest green energy ETFs at the time, the PowerShares WilderHill Clean Energy ETF (NYSE Arca: PBW) and the Market Vectors Global Alternative Energy ETF (NYSE Arca: GEX), both plummeted over 70 percent in share price. PBW’s assets under management (AUM) also fell, from $1.5 billion to under $500 million, while GEX’s AUM fell from $300 million to under $32 million.

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McCall: Time Ripe To Wade Into Commodities Markets

As oil prices keep sinking, longtime money manager and advisor sees opportunities.

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Water ETFs Staying Afloat

Although outperforming more diversified alternative energy rivals, water ETFs are taking different paths to tap into a growing market.

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 A Strong Case For Wind Power

With prices soaring at the gas pump and both U.S. presidential candidates talking about breaking America's dependence on oil, it's not surprising two exchange-traded funds devoted to wind power generation are now out.