Is there a good way to invest in natural gas through an ETF? Morningstar's Abe Bailin says, "there are good reasons to invest in UNG. Investors write in with questions all the time: "Why would I want to own (NYSEArca:UNG), and why wouldn't
Eric Dutram: The broad ETF industry has seen its share of controversy over the past few years thanks to a number of issues. These misunderstandings have undoubtedly hurt the ETF world and have probably pushed some investors into other products as a result, diminishing an otherwise solid period for the
Michael Johnston: With more than 1,400 exchange-traded products now available to U.S. investors, odds are that there will be more than one option for most desired exposures. In many cases, the generally similar products targeting a specific asset class or strategy will deliver generally similar returns.
The United States Natural Gas Fund ETF (NYSEArca:UNG) executed a 4 four 1 reverse unit split that went into effect for shareholders. With investors there may be some confusion and questions in regards to the share split. We have included an informational summary below that should clear up many of
United States Natural Gas Fund, LP (NYSEArca:UNG) announced that it will execute a four-for-one reverse unit split that will be effective for holders of USNG units ("Unitholders") after the close of the markets on February 21, 2012 (Today). Units of USNG will trade at their post-split prices onFebruary 22
Jared Cummans: Natural gas has been one of the most talked about commodities this year, as its prices have been on a slippery slope, bringing them down to historical lows. NG futures have sank more than 17% on the year as investors have been scrambling in and out of positions which have continually