And while the fortunes in the energy patch can be fickle, there are certainly times when it pays handsomely to be long the sector.
So far in 2012, results have been mixed in the energy space.
Oil prices are down, as are natural gas prices; however, that doesn’t mean money isn’t being made in various energy-oriented exchange-traded funds (ETFs).
It also doesn’t mean you should ignore funds in the space that haven’t seen much upside this year.
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Here are 5 ETFs every energy investor needs to put on their watch list.