An Inverse ETF (also known as a Short ETF or Bear ETF) is an ETF that is profitable for an investor during a market decline. These ETFs help investors defend against potential market downfalls, and can be used as a hedge against long positions during periods of market weakness.
Quick Category Facts
- Count: 29 ETFs are placed in the Energy Equities ETFdb Category.
- Expense Ratio: Range from 0.08% to 0.76%
- Average Expense Ratio: 0.46%
- Issuers with ETFs in this Category include:
Elkhorn, Fidelity, First Trust, Global X, Guggenheim, IndexIQ, Invesco PowerShares, iShares, John Hancock, State Street SPDR, VanEck, Vanguard
As of 08/18/2017