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  • Leveraged Energy ETFs Gain Assets, Just not the Ones You’d Guess
    The 8% plunge in West Texas Intermediate futures Wednesday could be a reminder that despite an epic rally over the three previous trading days, oil and energy equities are far …
  • ETF Chart of the Day: Re-Energized Energy Sector
    Assets have started to flow into the largest U.S. Energy Equity focused ETF, XLE (SPDR Energy Select, Expense Ratio 0.16%), as it has pulled in more than $1.8 billion in …
  • Oil Rising, but Traders Skirt Leveraged ETFs
    Even prior to this week’s violence in Iraq, the excuse du jour for soaring oil prices, energy stocks and equity-based exchange traded funds were in rally mode. Year-to-date, the Energy …
  • ETFs Move On Jobless Claims, Productivity Gains
    ETFs are showing strong gains Thursday after jobless claims unexpectedly fell to an almost three-year low, signaling an improving labor market. The number of people requesting unemployment benefits last week …
  • Oil ETFs Retreat, But Will It Stick?
    Phew. Crude oil prices are finally cooling off as reports of increased production are emerging from the Middle East. The United States Oil Fund (NYSEArca: USO) exchange traded fund (ETF) …
  • ETFs Move As Portugal Bond Sale Restores Confidence
    Exchange traded funds (ETFs) rose on Wednesday, tracking a rally in European equities, as investors digested the results from a Portuguese government debt auction and awaited the Federal Reserve’s report …
  • Oil ETFs: 2008 All Over Again?
    Fueled by the global recovery and the low interest rate environment, crude oil prices have been able to steadily rise. Those rising prices are hearkening back to another time oil …
  • Drilling Bans Could Boost Natural Gas ETFs
    Drilling in the large reserves of trapped natural gas in the east coast has kept gas prices, along with related exchange traded funds (ETFs), suppressed, but the cheap gas may …
  • Which Way Is Up for Natural Gas ETFs?
    Natural gas exchange traded funds (ETFs) took a hit yesterday after the supply glut that has pressured prices all year showed few signs of easing. Can it be called a …
  • Investing in the Future With Natural Gas ETFs
    Because it's cleaner burning than coal and more plentiful than oil, some have called natural gas the fuel of the future. Here's what you should know before jumping into natural …
  • Leveraged ETFs: Useful, But Be Careful
    Leveraged exchange traded funds (ETFs) allow investors to achieve outsized returns. Unfortunately, those outsized returns can be in either the positive or negative direction. That’s why it’s important to understand …
  • Oil and Gas ETF Plays for Rising Energy Prices
    Uh-oh...you've probably noticed that gas prices are once again creeping higher, just in time for the driving season. As a motorist, it might have you cringing; but as an exchange …
  • Oil ETF Plays With Extra ‘Oomph’
    Oil and gas exchange traded funds (ETFs) are continuing their ascent despite a supply glut. Investors looking to add a little "oomph" to rising prices or hedge falling ones may …
  • What’s In the Fine Print When Choosing Long/Short ETFs?
    Investors looking at leveraged and inverse exchange traded funds (ETFs) should pay attention to the fine print in those products, so that one may not find any surprises in the …
  • Short and Leveraged ETFs Are Beefing Up
    Some investors like to say short and ultra short exchange traded funds (ETFs) are similar to steroid use - bulking way up on an unnatural time scale. For instance, the …
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