|Page: Nickel ETF - The Best Nickel ETFs (List)|
After comparing similar nickel ETFs on the four characteristics described on the ETF Finder page, I have included the best nickel ETFs in the table below. In the note at the bottom of this page I have revealed in which of these nickel ETFs - if any - I am considering to invest myself.
I have obtained most of the data from the issuer's website, which you can verify by clicking on the link in the Details column. However, I have also used Yahoo Finance's ETF Finder and ETF Database's ETF Screener to find and compare interesting data about the best nickel ETFs. Yahoo Finance's ETF Finder and ETF Database's ETF Screener can be found by clicking on the links provided.
These resources will not only help you to find the ETFs mentioned in the table below, but you can also find relevant multiplier futures based ETFs. These nickel multiplier ETFs aim to realise two to three times the (inverse) daily price difference. Because these ETFs aim to realise two to three times the (inverse) daily price difference, I consider these instruments only suitable for day traders, not for investors.
For the stock based nickel ETFs I recommend you to inform yourself about the portfolio holdings, before making the actual investment - just to inform yourself in which individual nickel companies you are actually investing.
The Best Nickel ETFs (List)
|Ticker Symbol||Name||Exposure Type||Type of Mineral Exposure||Issuer||Details||Alternative ETF(s)|
|JJN||iPath DJ-UBS Nickel Total Return Sub-Index ETN1||Minerals||Futures Based||Barclays Funds||click here||NINI|
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Note: As explained in the second note on the ETF Finder page I do no invest in futures based ETFs for mineable minerals. Therefore I must conclude that at this moment a nickel ETF in which I would consider to invest myself does not exist.
Cautionary Note: Always check for yourself if the four characteristics described on the ETF Finder page will still result in the same conclusions as to which nickel ETF is the best nickel ETF to invest in, as the information in the table could be outdated when you read this page. The last time I updated this data was in November, 2013.
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1 ETN's, or Exchange Traded Notes, are structured investment products (debt), similar to bonds. ETN's are backed by large financial organizations, the issuers. Please be aware that a change in the credit rating of an issuer has a direct impact on the value of their ETN's.