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2015: a Mixed Year for Alternative Energy Funds

By Harris Roen

Alternative Energy Mutual Funds Trade Flat for the Year

Alternative energy mutual funds followed the overall stock market this year, closing about flat on average for 2015. The story gets more interesting, though, when you look at gains in the last quarter. Sectors such as solar and wind took a big hit by September, but then rebounded handsomely before years end. Green MFs were up 7% on average for the past three months, with 14 out of the 15 funds trading in the black…

  Alternative Energy Mutual Fund Returns

ETFs are Widely Lower

2015 was a year of financial ups and downs, and alternative energy exchange traded funds were no exception. Returns of green ETFs varied widely but took a hit on average, losing 10.1% for the year. About three-quarters of ETFs showed losses in 2015, with some funds trading down heavily.

Alternative Energy ETF Returns


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Harris Roen is Editor of the “ROEN FINANCIAL REPORT” by Swiftwood Press LLC, 82 Church Street, Suite 303, Burlington, VT 05401. © Copyright 2010 Swiftwood Press LLC. All rights reserved; reprinting by permission only. For reprints please contact us at cservice@swiftwood.com. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Roen Financial Report, 82 Church Street, Suite 303, Burlington, VT 05401. Application to Mail at Periodicals Postage Prices is Pending at Burlington VT and additional Mailing offices.
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