Southern Co. (NYSE: SO ) and Duke Energy (NYSE: DUK ), whose rate changes are more closely controlled, haven't been hit as hard. ETFs: XLU , IDU , VPU , NLR , JXI , NUCL , UPW , RYU , DBU , IPU , FUTY , FXU , SDP , UTLT Post your comment!
equipment. The U.S. Energy Information Administration says it no longer foresees any sustained period in which electricity sales will keep pace with economic growth. ETFs: XLU , IDU , VPU , UPW , RYU , FUTY , FXU , SDP Post your comment!
attractive dividend yield. IShares U.S. Utilities IDU is a more expensive alternative. Its fees take a ..... Jones Utilities Index. However, more than 95% of IDU 's assets overlap with VPU. IDU also has fewer assets than VPU. Therefore, we
perfectly correlated. IShares U.S. Utilities IDU is a more-expensive alternative. Its fees take ..... Jones Utilities Index. However, more than 95% of IDU 's assets overlap with VPU. IDU also has less than half the assets of VPU. A recently
IDU charges more than twice as much as its peers ..... the least volatile segments of the market. IDU offers an attractive dividend yield relative ..... have remained strong.It is hard to justify IDU 's 0.45% expense ratio when comparable
Index Fund; iShares MSCI ACWI ex US Utilities Sector Index Fund; iShares Dow Jones International Select Dividend Index Fund IDU , JXI, AXUT, IDV If Margins Compress Due to Rising Inflation: Overweight Sector Fund Name Ticker Energy iShares S&P Global
this is quite useful to better grasp the mechanics behind our strategies. 1. The ETF Universe: The 10 iShares Sector ETFs IDU (U.S. Utilities) IYC (U.S. Consumer Services) IYE (U.S. Energy Sector) IYF (U.S. Financials) IYH (U.S. Healthcare
Michael Albert submits: On March 9 th , I published an article here on SeekingAlpha titled “ Utilities are Warning the Correction is Here .” In it, I argued that the outperformance that Utilities were exhibiting in the weeks prior to publication was suggesting that risk assets would not fare well
true regarding the Dow Jones Utilities Index, which is available as an ETF, the iShares Dow Jones U.S. Utilities Fund ( IDU ). As one looks at the chart for the 10-Year Treasury rate, the increase between October 2010 and December 2010 was swift, yet it
more assets under management, making it the more liquid alternative. The other closest alternative is iShares Dow Jones US Utilities IDU , but its fee is considerably higher at 0.48%. Like the Vanguard fund, it offers broad diversification