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In the tables below, ETFdb.com presents recommended exchange traded fund (ETF) alternatives to the mutual fund VGENX. These recommendations are powered by ETFdb's Mutual Fund to ETF Converter tool.
How ETFdb.com has selected ETF alternatives to VGENX: The mutual fund VGENX has been benchmarked by Vanguard against an index, MSCI All Country World Energy Index, in its fund prospectus. The ETF alternatives to VGENX listed below consist of (1) ETFs which track MSCI All Country World Energy Index, and (2) ETFs which track other indexes in the same ETFdb.com Category as MSCI All Country World Energy Index.
There are no ETFs linked to MSCI All Country World Energy Index.
The following table presents exchange traded funds linked to indexes in the same ETFdb.com Category as MSCI All Country World Energy Index.
|Symbol||ETF Name||Assets||YTD||Expense Ratio|
|IXC||iShares Global Energy ETF||$1,629,136.79||6.26%||0.47%|
|IYE||iShares U.S. Energy ETF||$1,071,912.37||6.73%||0.43%|
|XLE||Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund||$17,756,963.40||5.37%||0.13%|
|VDE||Vanguard Energy ETF||$4,336,830.59||7.14%||0.10%|
|IGE||iShares North American Natural Resources ETF||$961,166.43||2.41%||0.47%|
|XOP||SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Exploration & Production ETF||$3,295,981.36||14.69%||0.35%|
|IEO||iShares U.S. Oil & Gas Exploration & Production ETF||$514,292.94||15.35%||0.43%|
|PXE||Invesco Dynamic Energy Exploration & Production ETF||$112,419.89||17.42%||0.65%|
|RYE||Invesco S&P 500® Equal Weight Energy ETF||$290,288.38||6.74%||0.40%|
|PXI||Invesco DWA Energy Momentum ETF||$96,670.06||9.14%||0.60%|
|FCG||First Trust ISE-Revere Natural Gas Index Fund||$133,717.17||-0.46%||0.60%|
|XES||SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Equipment & Services ETF||$402,983.52||-2.71%||0.35%|
|FXN||First Trust Energy AlphaDEX Fund||$438,033.57||12.04%||0.63%|
|OIH||VanEck Vectors Oil Services ETF||$1,238,287.47||-3.88%||0.35%|
|ENY||Invesco Canadian Energy Income ETF||$20,373.34||2.79%||0.66%|
|IEZ||iShares U.S. Oil Equipment & Services ETF||$324,086.51||-0.27%||0.43%|
|PXJ||Invesco Dynamic Oil & Gas Services ETF||$35,119.00||5.40%||0.63%|
|KOL||VanEck Vectors Coal ETF||$76,102.12||-1.25%||0.60%|
|PSCE||Invesco S&P SmallCap Energy ETF||$55,729.54||5.06%||0.29%|
|FILL||iShares MSCI Global Energy Producers ETF||$48,986.71||10.15%||0.39%|
|FRAK||VanEck Vectors Unconventional Oil & Gas ETF||$86,733.78||6.26%||0.54%|
|YMLP||VanEck Vectors High Income MLP ETF||$51,653.93||-0.07%||0.82%|
|FENY||Fidelity MSCI Energy Index ETF||$585,343.78||6.30%||0.08%|
|ENFR||Alerian Energy Infrastructure ETF||$43,510.86||-1.81%||0.65%|
|CRAK||VanEck Vectors Oil Refiners ETF||$61,453.98||14.10%||0.59%|
|TPYP||Tortoise North American Pipeline Fund||$169,148.98||4.29%||0.40%|
|JHME||John Hancock Multi-Factor Energy ETF||$37,382.27||9.28%||0.50%|
|FTXN||First Trust Nasdaq Oil & Gas ETF||$22,044.33||16.75%||0.60%|
|USAI||American Energy Independence ETF||$10,308.12||2.50%||0.75%|
|IVENC||Ivy Energy NextShares||$8,361.28||-0.03%||0.95%|
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