March 01, 2011 at 07:00 AM EST
February ETF Roundup: Launches, Filings, and Closures
After January saw the introduction of nearly two dozen ETFs, February was a bit of a slowdown from a product development standpoint. Still, the month saw plenty of activity, as 14 new exchange-traded products launched and the pipeline continued to fill with both duplicative concepts and innovative ideas. February proved that the industry still has plenty of good ideas, as several of the funds to debut in February were first-to-market products giving investors new ways to play commodities such as natural gas and gold and targeted sub-sectors of the tech industry. Below, we highlight all of the new additions to the ETF lineup over the last month, as well as some new fund filings: New ETFs ETFs that began trading in February include: Teucrium launched Natural Gas Fund (NAGS), a futures-based product that could gain popularity as an alternative to the ultra-popular UNG. Both invest in natural gas futures, [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: FactorShares Debuts New Breed Of Leveraged ETFs Russell, RAFI Team Up On Fundamental Indexes U.S. One / Russell Planning More ETFs State Street Debuts Two New Emerging Markets ETFs Teucrium Launches Natural Gas ETF (NAGS)
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