Oil ETFs seek to track the direct price of the underlying commodities by using futures and options contracts. These funds will track the prices on crude oil (both Brent and WTI) as well as heating oil and gasoline, providing exposure to the physical natural resource rather than firms associated with it.
Click on the tabs below to see more information on Oil ETFs, including historical performance, dividends, holdings, expense ratios, technical indicators, analysts reports and more. Click on an ETF ticker or name to go to its detail page, for in-depth news, financial data and graphs. By default the list is ordered by descending total market capitalization. Note that ETFs are usually tagged by ETF Database analysts as more than one type; for example, an inverse gold ETF may be tagged as “inverse” and as “gold” and as “commodity”.
As of 10/20/21