ENERGY ETF

A list of ETFs for Oct 2021

Latest price
Change 24h
Fund size
Expense ratio
Issuer
1
41$
-0.89%
7,596,777,984$
0.13%
State Street Global Advisors
Buy
2
66$
-1.78%
4,657,229,824$
0.35%
State Street Global Advisors
Buy
3
35$
-0.14%
4,222,095,104$
0.73%
Buy
4
56$
-1.22%
2,348,533,248$
0.10%
Vanguard
Buy
5
133$
3.60%
763,217,472$
0.70%
Invesco
Buy
6
22$
-0.21%
562,855,488$
0.46%
iShares, Blackrock
Buy
7
185$
2.81%
0.63%
VanEck
Buy
8
131$
0.38%
0.42%
WisdomTree, Vanguard, VanEck, State Street Global Advisors, ProShares, PIMCO, KraneShares, JPMorgan Chase, iShares, Invesco, Goldman Sachs, Global X, Franklin Templeton Investments, First Trust, Fidelity, DWS, Direxion, Charles Schwab, BNP Paribas, Blackrock, ARK, Amundi, Amplify
Buy
9
70$
0.08%
0.14%
State Street Global Advisors
Buy
11
32$
-0.32%
0.46%
iShares, Blackrock
Buy
12
100$
2.12%
0.55%
Buy
13
121$
-0.03%
0.69%
Invesco
Buy
14
144$
3.51%
0.45%
State Street Global Advisors
Buy

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Energy is one of the essential things we need. Thus, investing in companies concerning power can be quite a great option. Since the market demand for energy will always be continuous, investing in it through ETFs is worth considering

But what does Energy ETF include? Let's get into it more!

What is an Energy ETF?

Energy ETFs invest primarily in stocks of energy companies. Among these are natural gas, oil, and other alternative energy companies.

For this reason, the securities within an energy ETF's portfolio includes significant companies. Among these companies are Enbridge Inc. (ENB) and even fast-growing companies in the same sector like SunPower Corp.

An energy ETF is one way for an investor to get his portfolio exposed to a broad economic sector. Having stocks in oil, natural gas, and other energy products is excellent exposure. Moreover, an investor can even pick if he wants to focus on a single value chain.

What is the best Energy ETF?

The market has an array of Energy ETFs to choose from if you plan on investing in this ETF. There's no telling which is the best, but the list below filters out your best options if you plan on going for this ETF.

  • Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLE)
  • Vanguard Energy ETF (VDE)
  • SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Exploration & Production ETF (XOP)
  • iShares Global Energy ETF (IXC)

As always, the list filters out the best performing Energy ETFs around. In the end, it would be on you to choose the Energy ETF.

Is Energy ETF a good investment?

In general, energy ETFs are a great way to get started if you plan on investing more in the energy sector. ETFs are popular investments for both passive and active investors. Thus, going for the energy companies through the ETFs may be worth considering.