The three most common exchange-traded funds (ETFs), which track the drilling oil and gas wells sector Fund SPDR S&P oil & gas exploration & production ETF (chorus), the Commission on securities and the Dow Jones U.S. oil & gas exploration & production index Fund (IEO), and participate in dynamic energy exploration & production portfolio (PXE).
Fund SPDR S&P oil & gas exploration and production in real-time
The choir was established on 19 June 2006 and has an expense ratio of 0.35% as of 7 September 2018. ETF 10-, five – and one-year yield was -1.46%, -7.93% and 30.89%, respectively, as of September 7, 2018. In real-time has assets of $3.19 billion, Its benchmark is the S&P oil & gas exploration and production select industries. The top holdings of the Fund and their percentage of total assets are:
The Commission on securities and the Dow Jones U.S. oil & gas exploration & production index Fund
NOO was established on 1 may 2006, and has a coefficient control expenses to 0.43% as of 7 September 2018. Over the past 10 years, five years and one year, respectively, in real-time has returned 2.25%, 0.32% and 34.95%. The benchmark IEO is the index of the Dow Jones U.S. select oil exploration & production index. Leading holdings and their sizes are proportional to the Fund as follows:
NOO less than the choir, with assets of $ 503.6 million.
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The smallest of the three most traded ETFs in the oil and Gas drilling sector-PXE, with assets 109.79 million USD as at 7 September 2018. It was founded on Oct. 26 2005, and has an expense ratio of 0.65%. Real-time returned 2.83%, -0.32% and 34.95% in the last 10-, five -, and one year.
This ETF is more volatile than a broad-based index such as the S&P 500 that works with ETF like spy is watching him. The benchmark for the PXE index dynamic energy exploration & production Intellidex index. Top it company are:
Expectations of future growth of these funds should be supplemented by assessment of the impact of fluctuations in oil prices and the level of resistance on the product.
(For associated reading, see “the top 3 oil exchange traded funds in 2018.”)