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NYSEARCA:UNG

United States Natural Gas Fund (UNG) Price, Holdings, & News

$15.21
-1.07 (-6.57%)
(As of 02/23/2024 ET)
Today's Range
$15.11
$15.60
50-Day Range
$14.77
$27.28
52-Week Range
$14.56
$39.96
Volume
9.89 million shs
Average Volume
8.91 million shs
Market Capitalization
$2.39 billion
Assets Under Management
$863.17 million
Dividend Yield
0.00%
Net Expense Ratio
1.11%
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About United States Natural Gas Fund (NYSEARCA:UNG)

The United States Natural Gas Fund is an exchange-traded fund (ETF) that aims to track the performance of the United States Natural Gas Fund. Managed by United States Commodity Funds, LLC. The fund invests in a diversified basket of natural gas futures contracts. Since its launch in 2007, the United States Natural Gas Fund has established itself as a leading player in the natural gas market, catering to investors seeking exposure to this industry.

The United States Natural Gas Fund has exhibited moderate performance in recent years. The fund's net asset value has improved by over 30% in the past five years to just over $1 billion in assets under management, proving its ability to generate returns for investors.

The market performance of the United States Natural Gas Fund stock has declined for the past few quarters. Over the past five years, the stock price has been very volatile, indicating the cyclical nature of the market and changes in consumer demand. The growth of the natural gas market itself has propelled United States Natural Gas Fund stock price, driven by changes in demand from the power generation and industrial sectors. The incline in oil prices has made natural gas an attractive alternative fuel, further boosting demand and the United States Natural Gas Fund stock price.

The natural gas market presents substantial opportunities for growth. With an expected compound annual growth rate of 5% over the next five years, the market offers a favorable environment for the fund's expansion. 

The United States Natural Gas Fund operates within the natural gas industry, specifically as an exchange-traded fund (ETF) that invests in natural gas futures contracts. The natural gas industry is a significant and growing sector driven by various trends and factors.

One of the key trends shaping the natural gas industry is the increasing global demand for cleaner energy sources. As countries strive to reduce their carbon footprint and transition away from more carbon-intensive fuels, natural gas serves as a cleaner alternative. This trend is further supported by environmental concerns and regulatory initiatives aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions.

The fund operates in a market comprising large, established companies and smaller niche players. Major industry players such as ExxonMobil, Chevron, and ConocoPhillips dominate the market due to their extensive resources, infrastructure, and global presence. These companies have a competitive advantage in terms of scale and market share. As an ETF, the United States Natural Gas Fund differentiates itself within the industry by providing investors with diversified exposure to the natural gas market. The fund invests in a basket of natural gas futures contracts, allowing investors to gain indirect exposure to natural gas price movements. This structure provides investors with a convenient and efficient way to participate in the natural gas market without directly trading individual contracts.

The United States Natural Gas Fund identifies several growth opportunities to enhance its position within the natural gas market. One potential avenue is expanding its investment portfolio to include natural gas derivatives and natural gas-backed securities. By introducing these new investment products, the United States Natural Gas Fund can offer investors additional options to participate in the natural gas market. These products can attract a broader range of investors and potentially drive revenue growth for the fund.

The United States Natural Gas Fund possesses certain competitive advantages within the natural gas investment landscape. The fund's structure as an ETF provides investors with flexibility, liquidity, and transparency, making it an attractive investment option. The ability to trade the fund's shares on an exchange offers investors the convenience of buying and selling the fund like individual stocks.

As with any investment, the United States Natural Gas Fund faces certain risks and challenges within the natural gas market. One key risk is the volatility of natural gas prices. Fluctuations in natural gas prices can impact the fund's performance and, subsequently, the returns for investors. The industry that the fund invests in faces regulatory and economic uncertainties that could impact its operations and the fund's profits. Moreover, fluctuations in the economic landscape can impact the natural gas market, affecting the United States Natural Gas Fund stock price. 

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Fund Details

Issuer
US Commodity Funds
Fund Name
United States Natural Gas Fund LP
Tax Classification
Partnership
Current Symbol
NYSEARCA:UNG
Inception Date
4/18/2007
Fund Manager
John P. Love

Fund Focus

Asset Class
Commodities
Benchmark
N/A
Category
Energy
Focus
Natural Gas
Development Level
Blended Development
Region
Global
Number of Holdings
10

Fund Statistics

Assets Under Management
$863.17 million
Average Daily Volume
$9.22 million
Discount/Premium
-0.09%

Administrator, Advisor and Custodian

Administrator
The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation
Advisor
United States Commodity Funds LLC
Custodian
The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation
Distributor
ALPS Distributors, Inc.
Transfer Agent
The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation
Trustee
N/A
Lead Market Maker
Virtu Financial

Options

Optionable
Optionable
Options Volume
28,746
Put Options
9,282
Call Options
19,464

Miscellaneous

Beta
0.49
Creation Unit
100,000
Creation Fee
$1,000.00
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United States Natural Gas Fund Expenses

TypeUNGNatural Gas ETFsCommodities ETFsNYSEARCA ETFsAll ETFs
Management Fee0.60%0.81%0.66%0.50%0.51%
Other Expenses0.51%0.90%0.27%0.64%0.58%
Total Expense1.11%1.26%0.77%0.74%0.70%
Fee Waiver0.00%-1.13%-0.18%-0.69%-0.57%
Net Expense1.11%0.87%0.70%0.57%0.58%

United States Natural Gas Fund (UNG) Holdings

Top 8 UNG Holdings

  • Henry Hub Natural Gas Aug23
    Holding Weight: 41.91%
  • Bny Cash Reserve
    Holding Weight: 30.47%
  • Cash
    Holding Weight: 15.77%
  • Morgan Stanley Liq Govt Inst 8302
    Holding Weight: 12.21%
  • Trs Macquarie Mqcp362h 07122023
    Holding Weight: 10.90%
  • Trs Soc Gen Sgixcng1 03062023
    Holding Weight: 7.15%
  • Trs Soc Gen Sgixcng1 03062023
    Holding Weight: -7.57%
  • Trs Macquarie Mqcp362h 07122023
    Holding Weight: -10.85%

Key Executives

  • Nicholas Daniel Gerber (Age 54)
    President, Chief Executive Officer, Management Director of the General Partner
  • Andrew F. Ngim (Age 56)
    Treasurer, Management Director of the General Partner
  • Gordon Lloyd Ellis (Age 70)
    Independent Director of the General partner
  • Malcolm R. Fobes III (Age 52)
    Independent Director of the General Partner
  • Peter M. Robinson (Age 59)
    Independent Director of the General Partner














UNG ETF - Frequently Asked Questions

How have UNG shares performed in 2024?

United States Natural Gas Fund's stock was trading at $20.28 at the beginning of 2024. Since then, UNG shares have decreased by 25.0% and is now trading at $15.21.
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What does UNG invest in?

United States Natural Gas Fund is a commodities fund issued by US Commodity Funds. UNG focuses on natural gas investments. The fund's investments total to approximately $863.17 million assets under management.

What is the management fee for United States Natural Gas Fund?

United States Natural Gas Fund's management fee is 0.60% and has other expenses of 0.51%. The net expense ratio for UNG is 1.11%.

When did United States Natural Gas Fund's stock split?

Shares of United States Natural Gas Fund reverse split on Wednesday, January 24th 2024. The 1-4 reverse split was announced on Wednesday, January 24th 2024. The number of shares owned by shareholders was adjusted after the closing bell on Wednesday, January 24th 2024. An investor that had 100 shares of stock prior to the reverse split would have 25 shares after the split.

What other stocks do shareholders of United States Natural Gas Fund own?
Who are United States Natural Gas Fund's major shareholders?

United States Natural Gas Fund's stock is owned by a variety of institutional and retail investors. Top institutional shareholders include Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (0.00%), Wells Fargo & Company MN (0.97%), Citadel Advisors LLC (0.00%), IMC Chicago LLC (0.00%), Wolverine Trading LLC (0.00%) and Simplex Trading LLC (0.00%).

How do I buy shares of United States Natural Gas Fund?

Shares of UNG stock can be purchased through any online brokerage account. Popular online brokerages with access to the U.S. stock market include Charles Schwab, E*TRADE, Fidelity, and Vanguard Brokerage Services.
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This page (NYSEARCA:UNG) was last updated on 2/23/2024 by MarketBeat.com Staff