Oil ETF vs. Gas ETF: USO vs. UGA
The ongoing evolution of the ETF industry has brought forth a host of previously difficult-to-reach asset classes right at the fingertips of mainstream investors. Commodities in particular have attracted serious interest lately as the exchange-traded product structure makes it easy and cost effective to access this corner of the market. The energy segment of the commodities market presents investors with lucrative rewards, although the risks can be overwhelming for those unfamiliar with the underlying fundamentals and futures trading mechanics [see 12 High-Yielding Commodities For 2012]. With several dozen different energy commodity ETPs to choose from, many investors are probably scratching their heads wondering where to start. No matter which route you go with, it’s likely that there could be several, seemingly identical ETPs which suit your needs. Investors need to do their homework and take a closer look under the hood because there are often times significant differences between two very similar products [try [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Don’t Fight The Curve: Five Commodity ETFs in Backwardation Oil ETF Investing: Five Ways To Play Finding The Right Oil ETF For A Crude Rally Five ETFs To Hedge Against Skyrocketing Gas Prices This Week In ETFs: February 26th Edition
The ongoing evolution of the ETF industry has brought forth a host of previously difficult-to-reach asset classes right at the fingertips of mainstream investors. Commodities in particular have attracted serious interest lately as the exchange-traded product structure makes it easy and cost effective to access this corner of the market. The energy segment of the commodities market presents investors with lucrative rewards, although the risks can be overwhelming for those unfamiliar with the underlying fundamentals and futures trading mechanics [see 12 High-Yielding Commodities For 2012]. With several dozen different energy commodity ETPs to choose from, many investors are probably scratching their heads wondering where to start. No matter which route you go with, it’s likely that there could be several, seemingly identical ETPs which suit your needs. Investors need to do their homework and take a closer look under the hood because there are often times significant differences between two very similar products [try [...]

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