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Best And Worst Q3 2021: Energy ETFs And Mutual Funds

Aug. 03, 2021 12:07 PM ETEIPIX, PXE, RYESX, TPYP
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  • The Energy sector ranks tenth in Q3'21.
  • Based on an aggregation of ratings of the 158 stocks in the Energy sector.
  • TPYP is our top-rated Energy sector ETF and EIPIX is our top-rated Energy sector mutual fund.
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The Energy sector ranks tenth out of the 11 sectors as detailed in our Q3'21 Sector Ratings for ETFs and Mutual Funds report. Last quarter, the Energy sector ranked tenth as well. It gets

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