How to Build an Energy Bull ETF Portfolio
By Commodity HQ Sep 19, 2012 11:10 am
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.
Below is a brief overview of each component of this portfolio.
- VT: This ETF tracks the FTSE All-World Index, a benchmark comprised of approximately 2,900 stocks from 47 different countries, including both developed and emerging markets.
- XLE: This fund is designed to invest in companies from the oil, gas & consumable fuels, and energy equipment & services industries.
- IEO: This ETF tracks an index that seeks to capture the performance of the oil exploration and production sub-sector of the U.S. equity market.
- KOL: This ETF tracks the Stowe Coal Index, offering investors exposure to publicly traded companies worldwide that derive greater than 50% of their revenues from the coal industry.
- IPW: This ETF seeks to offer investors exposure to the non-US energy sub-industry of developed countries included in the S&P Broad Market Index.
- OGEM: This fund tracks the Dow Jones Emerging Markets Oil and Gas Titans Index, which is designed to track 30 of the largest emerging market companies in the Oil & Gas industry.
- FCG: This ETF tracks an equal-weighted index that is comprised of exchange-listed companies, which derive a significant portion of their revenues from the exploration and production of natural gas.
- GSP: This ETN is linked to a broad-based commodity index, which primarily invests in energy resources as well as precious metals and livestock.
- MLPI: This ETN tracks a benchmark that is designed to offer investors exposure to the infrastructure component of the Master Limited Partnership asset class.
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