USCommodity Heating Oil Fund LP ETFFund
- Change 0.68 (3.6%)
- Volume 0.00 M
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- Assets $1.9M
- Expense Ratio 0.75%
- Yield N/A
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Commodity Based ETF
United States Diesel-Heating Oil Fund LP is an exchange traded fund incorporated in the USA. The Fund's objective is to have changes in percentage terms of its unit's net asset value reflect changes of the price of heating oil delivered at the New York harbor as measured by changes in percentage terms of the price of the heating oil futures contract on the NYMEX.
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08-21-2015 04:55 PM by Tom Lydon
A strengthening El Niņo weather system could push temperatures above normal levels this winter, potentially pressuring heating demand and energy-related exchange traded funds. "If El Niņo holds according to plan it would be warmer and drier than normal this winter in the North...
12-13-2012 12:01 PM by Tom Lydon
This winter season is shaping up to be a typical cold season, compared to the last year's unusually warm months, and U.S. households are burning oil to combat the chill. Investors can gain exposure to the higher heating oil prices through a related exchange traded fund. The U....
10-25-2012 03:39 PM by Tom Lydon
Oil prices have plunged the past week with crude futures dropping below $86 a barrel after touching $110 earlier this year. Contrarian investors, however, can consider oil ETFs for a rebound in energy prices. Physical oil exposure provide investors as an added hedge and divers...
09-22-2011 07:00 AM by Tom Lydon
Exchange traded funds have made it easier to invest in commodities and allowed individuals to branch out beyond traditional segments such as stocks and bonds. Although gold ETFs have attracted the most headlines recently amid the precious metal's record-breaking rally, investo...
02-26-2011 01:00 PM by Tom Lydon
The problems in the Middle East have riled the markets, and anxious investors have been rushing into safer bets. While safe-have investments continue to draw attention, there are other exchange traded fund (ETFs) options that could be used to capitalize on the situation. Libya...
07-15-2009 12:00 PM by Tom Lydon
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) announced that it will be holding hearings to determine if limits on speculative positions in energy futures markets should be imposed. What could be the impact on commodity exchange traded funds (ETFs)? Of the energy futures in...
06-26-2009 11:00 AM by Tom Lydon
We all know that commodities and the exchange traded funds (ETFs) and exchange traded notes (ETNs) that represent them have performed fairly well for the year, but are all commodities created equal? Some commodities have performed a bit better than others in recent months. ...
09-17-2008 02:45 PM by Tom Lydon
Gold prices and exchange traded funds (ETFs) are soaring after the government bailed out American Insurance Group (AIG) and the dollar fell. The largest gold ETF shot up 11.6% along with prices - the biggest one-day gain ever. Investors are fearing more tightening of the credi...
09-05-2008 12:00 PM by Tom Lydon
Be sure to sit down when you open that heating bill in a few months: heating oil costs are expected to skyrocket this winter and it might benefit the exchange traded fund (ETF). People are already dreading this winter and the energy bills it could bring. Refinery plants are op...
08-31-2008 01:00 AM by Tom Lydon
While crude oil prices may begin to come down, heating oil could heat up your bills and related exchange traded funds (ETFs). While prices are down to their lowest levels in months, the nation's heating oil supplies are also down 9.8% compared to the same time last year. In Ne...
08-06-2008 11:00 AM by Tom Lydon
The inventory numbers are in, sending fuel prices lower and energy-related exchange traded funds (ETFs) sputtering while they figure out where to go next. The supplies were larger than expected, an indicator that high prices are still cutting into demand, reports Stevenson Jac...