NUCL ETF Research - iShares S&P Global Nuclear Energy Index Fund

iShares S&P Global Nuclear Energy Index Fund (nucl)

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SWOT Statistics

Strengths + Opportunities = 69

Threats + Weaknesses = 41

When strengths & opportunities substantially exceed threats & weaknesses an investment in the nucl ETF has great long term potential.

ETF Description Update

iShares S&P Global Nuclear Energy (NUCL) Description: NUCL is an exchange trading fund (ETF), which is a security that tracks a basket of assets, but trades like a stock. NUCL exchange trading fund (ETF) tracks the S&P Global Nuclear Energy; this equity index measures the performance of companies in nuclear energy related businesses. iShares S&P Global Nuclear Energy (NUCL) falls under the Energy Equities category. NUCL's dividend yield is roughly 2.03%, it has an expense ratio of 0.48%, and is in the equity ETF asset class. iShares S&P Global Nuclear Energy (NUCL) focuses its investments in the Global/Multi-Region region of the world. NUCL does not use leverage and NUCL's performance is meant to match its benchmark. The NUCL ETF belongs to the Energy sector. An investor can find NUCL's top holdings, fundamental analysis, and fund ratings on the left side of the screen. The right side features NUCL's technical analysis chart and long term fund potential. Long term and short term buy ratings indicate our highest possible valuation rating. Click here for additional information on iShares ETF funds or see the ETF research & analysis home page to start.

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