BOIL - ProShares Ultra Bloomberg Natural Gas
|Trading Day||April 20|
|Day's Range||22.58 - 22.94|
|52-Week Range||17.05 - 60.73|
The investment seeks daily investment results, before fees and expenses, that correspond to two times (2x) the daily performance of the Bloomberg Natural Gas SubindexSM. The fund seeks to meet their investment objectives by investing normally in Natural Gas futures contracts. It may also invest in swaps if the market for a specific futures contract experiences emergencies (e.g., natural disaster, terrorist attack, or an act of God) or disruptions (e.g., a trading halt or a flash crash) or in situations where the Sponsor deems it impractical or inadvisable to buy or sell futures contracts (such as during periods of market volatility or illiquidity).
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|Inception Date |
Oct 4, 2011
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|Index Tracked |
Bloomberg Natural Gas Subindex
Natural gas demand hasn't slowed down in October
According to the Energy Information Administration, natural gas supplies are eroding quickly due to high demand. Insights via @CME Group: https://www.cmegroup.com/openmarkets/quicktake-by-bloomberg.html...
Why natural gas is rallying—And how to play the trade
CNBC's Scott Wapner discusses how to trade natural gas futures with Scott Nations of Nations Indexes.
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Natural gas has had some cyclical and structural disruptions.
Natural-Gas Demand Is Exploding: Energy Sec. Brouillette
U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette says it's a very exciting time to be in the natural-gas business and sees a bright future for coal. He speaks with Bloomberg’s David Westin on “Balance of Power.”
Value investing icon Warren Buffett has been fairly quiet during the coronavirus pandemic, but the Berkshire Hathaway CEO pulled the trigger on a $10 billion deal to purchase the natural gas transmissio...
By Oleum Research Despite higher natural gas demand, BOIL prices remain subdued, because of ample U.S. gas reserves and historic high production.
Natural gas ETFs are riding high on weather concerns and EIA report. But the rally is less likely to last.