Another reinvestment option is to put money into an clean energy ETF or renewable energy ETF. Each ETF invests in stocks in lock-step with a market index that tracks a designated list of clean energy companies. Consistent with the ETF idea, the investments within a particular ETF are driven by the index, rather than being actively managed by a fund manager who moves in and out of the stocks they follow.
Clean energy ETF’s include:
|ETF Company||Fund Name||Symbol|
|First Trust||Global Wind Energy||FAN|
|First Trust||NASDAQ Clean Edge Green Energy||QCLN|
|First Trust||NASDAQ Clean Edge Smart Grid||GRID|
|Invesco Power Shares||Global Clean Energy||PBD|
|Invesco Power Shares||WilderHill Clean Energy||PBW|
|Invesco Power Shares||WilderHill Progressive Energy||PUW|
|Invesco Power Shares||Global Wind Energy||PWND|
|Invesco Power Shares||Cleantech||PZD|
|iShares||S&P Global Clean Energy||ICLN|
|Van Eck||Global Alternative Energy||GEX|
|Van Eck||Solar Energy||KWT|
Be sure to read the prospectus of a fund before investing. Make sure you understand and are comfortable with your investment decisions before you invest.
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