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How to Build an Energy Bull ETF Portfolio

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For those who can stomach the risk, allocations to energy can certainly pay off as demand continues to grow across developed and emerging markets alike.

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Establishing exposure to the energy sector is by no means for the faint of heart. Positions in this corner of the commodity universe are ripe with risk and are often times associated with high volatility. But for those who can stomach the risk, allocations to energy can certainly pay off as demand continues to grow across developed and emerging markets alike.

Investments in this sector can also be used as tactical tool to hedge against inflation, since increases in the price of commodities like oil and gas prices tend to ripple across the economy. For those who wish to establish a tactical tilt towards the energy sector, we outline an all ETF portfolio that is designed to give well-rounded exposure to multiple segments of the energy market

Portfolio Snapshot

First things first, here are the ETFs that we have chosen for this particular portfolio.



As can be seen above, there is really only one fund that is unrelated to the commodity industry. And although GSP is the only fund that invests directly in commodities, the other equity ETFs offer exposure to both domestic and international energy producers.
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