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Definition: Natural Gas ETF
Natural gas ETF do keep a track of the fluctuations in the prices of natural gas, which allows the investors to have a clear picture of the natural gas market and does not need any future accounts for consideration.
ETF stands for Exchange Traded Fund. An ETF, or exchange traded asset, is an attractive security that tracks a list, a merchandise, securities, or a bushel of advantages like a file store. Not like mutual funds, an ETF exchanges like a typical stock on a stock trade. ETFs experience cost changes for the duration of the day as they are purchased and sold. ETFs normally have higher day by day liquidity and lower expenses than common asset offers, making them an appealing option for individual speculators. Since it exchanges like a stock, an ETF does not have its net asset value (NAV) figured once toward the end of consistently like a mutual fund does.
Some of them are as follows:
• BOIL - ProShares Ultra DJ-UBS Natural Gas ETF
• KOLD - UltraShort DJ-UBS Natural Gas ETF
• DCNG - iPath Seasonal Natural Gas ETN
• DDG - The Short Oil and Gas ProShares ETF
• FCG – First Trust ISE-Revere Natural Gas ETF
• FRAK - Market Vectors Unconventional Oil & Gas ETF
• GASL - Direxion Daily Natural Gas Related Bull 3X Shares ETF