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Global X Uranium ETF (URA) - ETF


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ETF Symbol:
Avg Vol648k
52 wk High19.33
52 wk Low10.89
Inception:Nov 2010
(as of 2017-02-24)
Total Returns:
1 day-1.1%
5 day-8.0%
1 month-5.6%
3 month43.8%
6 month27.9%
9 month31.0%
1 year44.5%
Compare Funds:
Correlated Group: Devlpd x/US (View cGroup) (All Groups)


Correlated Funds

Most Directly Correlated
iShares MSCI Canada Index FundEWC0.45  
Global X Copper Miners ETFCOPX0.44  
CurrencyShares Canadian DollarFXC0.40  
PowerShares FTSE RAFI Dev Markets ex-USPXF0.39  
iShares MSCI Global Select Metals & Mining ProducePICK0.39  
SPDR S&P Global Natural Resources ETFGNR0.39  
FlexShares Mrngstr Dvlpd Mkts ex US Fctr TiltTLTD0.38  
Vanguard International High Dividend Yield ETFVYMI0.38  
iShares S&P Gbl MaterialsMXI0.38  
Vanguard FTSE All-Wld ex-US SmCp Idx ETFVSS0.38  
Least Correlated
ProShares Ultra DJ-UBS Natural Gas ETFBOIL0.01  
Peritus High Yield ETFHYLD0.01  
ProShares High Yield-Interest Rate Hdgd ETFHYHG0.01  
Velocity Shares 3x Long Nat Gas ETNUGAZ0.00  
Bitcoin Invest Trust ETFGBTC0.00  
SPDR Barclays Capital Inv Grade Floating RtFLRN0.00  
United States Natural Gas FundUNG-0.00  
Velocity Shares 3x Inverse Nat Gas ETNDGAZ-0.00  
Virtus Newfleet Multi-Sector Bond ETFNFLT-0.01  
SPDR Barclays 1-3 Month T-Bill ETFBIL-0.02  
Most Inversely Correlated
Proshares UltraShort S&P500SDS-0.28  
VelocityShares Daily 2x VIX ST ETN TVIX-0.28  
VelocityShares Long VIX Short Term ETN VIIX-0.28  
Proshares UltraShort Dow30DXD-0.28  
ProShares UltraPro Short S&P 500SPXU-0.28  
Active Bear ETF HDGE-0.28  
ProShares Short S&P 500SH-0.28  
Direxion Emerging Markets Bear 3X SharesEDZ-0.30  
ProShares UltraShort MSCI Emerging MktsEEV-0.30  
ProShares Short MSCI Emerging MktsEUM-0.30  
These 126 day (6 month) correlations can be considered short term, focusing on recent price movements.
Correlations are only calculated for actively traded funds. As of: 2017-02-17.

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