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Energy stocks and ETFs have paid off handsomely so far this year. The sector is the top performer as rising demand has confronted tight supplies. Add to that sanctions attendant on the Russia’s invasion of Ukraine that have pushed up prices.
ETF Database this week published a list of energy ETFs that trade in the U.S. These invest in stocks of companies in the energy industry, including oil and natural gas producers and transporters, utility operators and alternative energy firms.
See the gallery for the 10 best-performing energy ETFs, excluding leveraged and inverse funds. Assets are as of March 14 after market close unless otherwise noted.