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    USO U.S.: NYSE Arca

    U.S. Oil Fund LP

    USOUS
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    Last Updated: May 1, 2020 11:02 a.m. EDT Real time quote

    $ 18.75

    -0.37 -1.94%
    Financial Services -0.54%
    Previous Close
    $19.12
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    Volume: 5.4M 65 Day Avg. - 17.2M
    Open: 19.12
    Last: 18.75
    18.51 Day Low/High 19.14
    Day Range
    16.88 52 Week Low/High 106.56

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    Key Data

    • Open $19.12
    • Day Range 18.51 - 19.14
    • 52 Week Range 16.88 - 106.56
    • Market Cap n/a
    • Shares Outstanding 185.36M
    • Total Net Assets $2.35B
    • Beta n/a
    • NAV $18.82
    • NAV Date Apr 30, 2020
    • Net Expense Ratio 0.79%
    • Turnover % N/A
    • Yield n/a
    • Dividend n/a
    • Ex-Dividend Date n/a
    • Average Volume 17.19M

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    YTD Lipper Ranking:Quintile 5 (93rd percentile)
    • 2 Total Returns
    • 3 Consistent Return
    • 1 Preservation
    • 4 Tax Efficiency
    • 4 Expense

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    Recent News

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    U.S. oil prices end lower after spike on report of oil tanker explosion in Syria

    United States Oil Fund Scrambles to Stay Afloat

    Investors who want to bet on oil prices would be better off in an energy sector ETF or individual stocks such as major U.S. or European producers—all of which pay dividends and are likely to survive the market turmoil in oil.

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    U.S. oil price drops nearly 25% to finish below $13 a barrel

    USO sinks 15 % as biggest oil ETF revamps fund composition for third time in April

    United States Oil Fund LP , the biggest exchange-traded fund with oil exposure, said Monday that it would further reduce its holdings of oil futures contracts in specific months. USO's valuation has plummeted along with the price of oil in recent weeks, and regulators also believe its dominance in the market for these futures has skewed pricing. The fund will now have approximately 30% of its holdings in the July futures contracts, and approximately 15% of its holdings in each of the August, September, October, and December contracts, skipping November. USO will shift about one-third of its positions to the holdings noted above on April 27, 28, and 29. The fund's moves come as West Texas Intermediate for June delivery was trading down 28% early Monday. USO is down 15% on Monday, and has lost more than 83% in the year to date.

    Light sweet crude slumps 14% as oil takes another beating

    Light sweet crude oil futures for June delivery slumped 14% to $14.60 a barrel, while the Brent contract slipped 4% to just under $24 a barrel. Both oil contracts have been under pressure on diminishing need for fuel as the global economy slumps, and storage limitations have put further pressure on the WTI contract. The June WTI contract has dropped 76% this year.

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    Retail investors are getting ‘hosed’ with the biggest oil ETF down more than 30% this week

    Don’t Get Burned: How to — and How Not to — Invest in Oil

    Investing in oil is tricky, as owners of the United States Oil ETF learned this week. Here’s what went wrong, and some other strategies for would-be oil investors.

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    Charting market resilience, S&P 500 ventures back atop 50-day average

    USO ETF surges 11% Thursday, reversing course as oil prices rally

    United States Oil Fund LP , an exchange-traded fund that tracks the oil price, gained more than 10% midday Thursday. The fund has been under siege over the past few weeks, even as it's garnered massive inflows from retail investors in recent weeks betting on a rebound for embattled oil prices. So far this month, USO has lost more than one-third of its value, as oversupply and a lack of places to store crude have delivered a body blow to the energy complex. Fund managers of USO have taken steps to staunch the losses, including smoothing the portfolio's exposure to oil contracts of different months, and engineering an 8-for-1 reverse stock split that will take effect April 28. USO is off 78% so far this year, compared with a 12.5% loss for the S&P 500 .

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    Bank of China sold oil’s May contract into a historic implosion in crude — and retail investors may have gotten crushed

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    The oil ‘futures market worked to perfection,’ says head of world’s largest exchange of crude’s historic plunge to $0

    Down 33% this week, biggest oil ETF USO engineers an 8-for-1 reverse split

    The parent company of the United States Oil Fund LP , the largest oil-related exchange-traded fund, on Wednesday announced an eight-for-one reverse stock split. The move comes after USO lost one-third of its value in the most recent week amid a worsening global oil glut. USO, which directly tracks oil futures contracts, had earlier attempted to mitigate losses by stretching out its exposure to later-dated oil futures contracts, but on Tuesday said it would abandon a pre-set strategy and invest in contracts in "any month available." On Tuesday, USO had to stop creating new fund shares after it reached a pre-determined threshold of exposure to the underlying securities. By reducing the number of USO shares outstanding, USO's post-split shares will be valued eight times higher than pre-split shares. The step will be completed April 28. USO shares have lost about 78% of their value in the year to date, and many analysts believe retail investors have borne most of those losses in recent weeks.

    Oil Prices Turned Positive Again. Don’t Call It a Comeback.

    There is no reason to think that the dynamic that sent May West Texas Intermediate crude into negative territory—too much oil being produced, and nowhere to put it—will change in the near future.

    Largest oil ETF USO shakes up its strategy again as oil price falls through the floor

    United States Oil Fund LP on Tuesday announced it would diversify its exposure to futures contracts reflecting the price of crude oil in an effort to smooth out its value. The exchange-traded fund has lost nearly one-third of its value in the week to date, as the global glut of oil weighs on prices. Beginning Tuesday, USO will invest approximately 40% of its portfolio in crude oil futures contracts for June, approximately 55% of its portfolio in contracts for July, and approximately 5% of its portfolio in crude oil contracts for August. The changes for the largest and most liquid oil ETF comes after the product was blamed for helping to amplify a steep decline in crude-oil prices, highlighted by a historic plunge of the May contract for West Texas Intermediate oil trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange closing at negative $37.63 a barrel on Monday, marking a historic drop for the front-month contract and sending waves throughout the energy complex. USO's previous structure meant that the fund owned 80% of its portfolio in crude futures in the front month contract and approximately 20% in crude futures and ICE Futures in the second-month contract, except when the front-month is within two weeks away from expiration. The ETF was halted for trading twice on Tuesday but resumed at 2:35 PM having lost about 33% for the day.

    The United States Oil Fund LP had been down 36% before the halt

    USO ETF halted for the second time on Tuesday

    Popular oil ETF USO plunges by about 20% at lows after halt as crude prices extend ugly drop

    Trading in United States Oil Fund LP , one of the most popular ways for retail investors to gain exposure to crude-oil futures , plunged more than 20% at its low on Tuesday, after being halted for news pending before the opening bell. The sponsor for the exchange-traded fund, USCF, says that it will suspend the creation of shares of the ETF as oil has been beaten down due to oversupply and a lack of storage. The ETF holds between 25% and 30% of the June contract for West Texas Intermediate oil. USO saw about $1.5 billion in inflows as retail investors have tried to pick the turning point for embattled oil prices, which have been slammed due to a lack of storage and price pressures amid the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Financial Times.The most actively traded June contract on Tuesday was down nearly 30% at $14.89 a barrel, a day after the front-month May contract staged a historic plunge to close in negative territory for the firs time ever. USO is down more than 76% so far this year, according to FactSet data. The temporary suspension of USO shares will not impact trade on ETF-focused exchange NYSE Arca, which is operated by the New York Stock Exchange, run by Intercontinental Exchange Inc.

    USO had been down by 20% before the halt as the decline in crude futures deepened

    Pre-market trading in popular oil ETF United States Oil Fund LP halted early Tuesday for news pending

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    Rally attempt strengthens (again), S&P 500 ventures atop 50-day average

    Oil Prices Fall After Swinging Wildly

    Dysfunction in the crude-oil market intensified, sending the most popularly traded U.S. oil contract to a fresh low before it recovered somewhat.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Oil Slides With Rising Glut Spooking Investors

    Crude-oil prices fell as producers scrambled to shut down wells before the world’s crude storage capacity reached its limit, with WTI futures down more than 20%.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Oil Prices Climb as Traders Prepare for Wild Ride to Continue

    Crude-oil prices jumped, extending a string of sharp moves that are ricocheting across financial markets and roiling the global energy industry.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Oil Prices Jump as Traders Prepare for Wild Ride to Continue

    Crude-oil prices jumped Thursday, extending a period of huge volatility that has ricocheted through the energy industry and broader financial markets. Traders are bracing for more gyrations in the coming weeks.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    How Oil Markets Work, And Why Prices Fell Below Zero

    The price of the world’s most important commodity this week fell below zero for the first time. Here are answers to all your questions on how that could happen.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Negative Oil Prices Pose Headache for Futures Giant CME

    Negative oil prices threaten to tarnish the image of West Texas Intermediate, the U.S. crude benchmark, and hurt the company that has long relied on it as a key source of revenue: exchange giant CME Group.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Oil-Price Crash Deepens, Weighs on Global Markets

    Global oil prices continued to plunge, while the pain spread to currencies of major exporters and shares in energy producers. The most actively traded U.S. crude benchmark plummeted by over a third.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    The Fund That Ate the Oil Market

    The travails of the United States Oil Fund in some ways mirror the collapse of inverse volatility note XIV two years ago.

    on The Wall Street Journal
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    Bitcoin Moves Toward Mainstream, Poised to Join Oil, Gold in Futures Trading

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    Falling Crude: This Time, Investors Say, ‘No Big Deal’

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    A Signal from the Options Market: Oil’s Rout Isn’t Over

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    Oil ETFs Draw the Brave

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    Oil’s Ripple Prompts Fast Exit From Junk Funds

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    Plans for New 3X Oil ETF in the Works

    on The Wall Street Journal
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    What Is ‘Tracking Error’ in Oil Funds?

    on The Wall Street Journal
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    Why Oil Bulls Can See $60 from Here

    on The Wall Street Journal
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    Oil Prices: Where They Go From Here

    on The Wall Street Journal
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    Wealth Adviser Daily Briefing: Set Your Sights on ‘Henry’ Clients

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    Only Thing Worse Off Than Oil? Oil Funds

    on The Wall Street Journal
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    Oil Futures Take a Second Bite Out of Some ETFs

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Recent News

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    Wall Street Breakfast: Sell In May?

    Wall Street Breakfast: Sell In May?

    on Seeking Alpha

    ETF Asset Report of Coronavirus-Inflicted April

    These ETF areas have gained or lost assets in the month of April.

    on Zacks.com

    USO struggles with investment objective

    USO struggles with investment objective

    on Seeking Alpha

    Contango And The Increasing Oil Glut Will Continue To Punish USO

    Contango And The Increasing Oil Glut Will Continue To Punish USO

    on Seeking Alpha

    And The Best Stocks to Buy During the April Market Surge Were… Oil Stocks!

    It seems impossible to think that a commodity price could trade below zero. Particularly when you are talking about oil, which still powers most of the world's transportation at this time. While the negative oil price anomaly was just in futures under extreme circumstances, the entire oil sector has been crushed and the bankruptcies are [ ]

    on 247WallSt.com

    Awash In Oil, But Demand May Have Reached Bottom

    Awash In Oil, But Demand May Have Reached Bottom

    on Seeking Alpha

    U.S. oil prices climb another 25% but energy names see profit-taking

    U.S. oil prices climb another 25% but energy names see profit-taking

    on Seeking Alpha

    As Oil Crashes, Opportunities Abound On The Opposite Side Of This Crisis

    As Oil Crashes, Opportunities Abound On The Opposite Side Of This Crisis

    on Seeking Alpha

    Crude up 16% as Norway adds to global supply cuts

    Crude up 16% as Norway adds to global supply cuts

    on Seeking Alpha

    Outlook For Energy Unchanged

    Outlook For Energy Unchanged

    on Seeking Alpha

    Commodity Comments: Oil And Gold

    Commodity Comments: Oil And Gold

    on Seeking Alpha

    Oil bounces as Goldman starts to see positives in energy sector

    Oil bounces as Goldman starts to see positives in energy sector

    on Seeking Alpha

    FOMC Press Conference Adds To Downside Risks

    FOMC Press Conference Adds To Downside Risks

    on Seeking Alpha

    Oil: Global Crude Storage Builds In April Are Nowhere Near Analyst Estimates

    Oil: Global Crude Storage Builds In April Are Nowhere Near Analyst Estimates

    on Seeking Alpha

    ETF Areas to Gain From Plunging Oil Prices

    Here we take a look at ETF areas that are well-poised to gain from declining oil prices due to drying demand and storage crisis.

    on Zacks.com

    U.S. oil stocks up 10M barrels last week - API

    U.S. oil stocks up 10M barrels last week - API

    on Seeking Alpha

    Oil Prices Fall After Swinging Wildly

    Dysfunction in the crude-oil market intensified, sending the most popularly traded U.S. oil contract to a fresh low before it recovered somewhat.

    on The Wall Street Journal

    Oil in Great Contango: Here's How to Play With Crude ETFs

    Though WTI crude ETF USO may benefit from the recent structural changes, USL and DBO appear as better bets due to their original investment objectives amid the ongoing pain in the oil patch.

    on Zacks.com

    Exxon Mobil Looks Attractive on Every Dip

    Exxon Mobil Looks Attractive on Every Dip

    on InvestorPlace.com

    An Oil ETF For The Daring

    An Oil ETF For The Daring

    on Benzinga.com

    Chinese Investors Burned On WTI Oil Price Crash

    Chinese Investors Burned On WTI Oil Price Crash

    on Baystreet.ca

    INVESTIGATION REMINDER: The Schall Law Firm Announces it is Investigating Claims Against United States Oil Fund, LP and Encourages Investors with Losses of $1,000,000 to Contact the Firm

    INVESTIGATION REMINDER: The Schall Law Firm Announces it is Investigating Claims Against United States Oil Fund, LP and Encourages Investors with Losses of $1,000,000 to Contact the Firm

    on BusinessWire - BZX

    INVESTIGATION ALERT: The Schall Law Firm Announces it is Investigating Claims Against United States Oil Fund, LP and Encourages Investors with Losses of $1,000,000 to Contact the Firm

    INVESTIGATION ALERT: The Schall Law Firm Announces it is Investigating Claims Against United States Oil Fund, LP and Encourages Investors with Losses of $1,000,000 to Contact the Firm

    on BusinessWire - BZX

    Nationally Ranked Litigation Firm Labaton Strongly Encourages United States Oil Fund LP (USO) Investors With Losses of More Than $250,000 in Its ETF Shares or Options to Contact the Firm and Announces Investigation

    Nationally Ranked Litigation Firm Labaton Strongly Encourages United States Oil Fund LP (USO) Investors With Losses of More Than $250,000 in Its ETF Shares or Options to Contact the Firm and Announces Investigation

    on BusinessWire - BZX

    How Long Could Crude Oil Keep Falling?

    How Long Could Crude Oil Keep Falling?

    on Market Realist

    Why Today's 300% Oil Price Crash Isn't As Bad As It Seems

    Why Today's 300% Oil Price Crash Isn't As Bad As It Seems

    on Baystreet.ca

    BNY Mellon Expands its ETF Relationship with USCF through Conversion of Assets onto BNY Mellon's ETF Servicing Platform

    BNY Mellon Expands its ETF Relationship with USCF through Conversion of Assets onto BNY Mellon's ETF Servicing Platform

    on PR Newswire - PRF

    USO, DRN: Big ETF Inflows

    on MarketNewsVideo.com

    USO, FINZ: Big ETF Inflows

    on MarketNewsVideo.com

    USO, FLGB: Big ETF Inflows

    on MarketNewsVideo.com

    USO, JPNL: Big ETF Inflows

    on MarketNewsVideo.com

    USO, BUG: Big ETF Inflows

    on MarketNewsVideo.com

    United States Oil $USO Trading Report

    on Stock Traders Daily

    USO, DRIP: Big ETF Outflows

    on MarketNewsVideo.com

    United States Oil $USO Trading Report

    on Stock Traders Daily

    United States Oil $USO Trading Report

    on Stock Traders Daily

    United States Oil $USO Trading Report

    on Stock Traders Daily

    United States Oil $USO Trading Report

    on Stock Traders Daily

    United States Oil $USO Trading Report

    on Stock Traders Daily

    USO, EBIZ: Big ETF Inflows

    on MarketNewsVideo.com

    ETF Details

    Category Commodities Energy
    Portfolio Style Commodities
    Fund Status Open
    Fund Inception April 10, 2006
    Managers
    Gerber
    Love
    Hyland

    Investment Policy

    The Fund seeks to reflect the performance of the spot price of West Texas Intermediate light, sweet crude oil delivered to Cushing, Oklahoma by investing in a mix of Oil Futures Contracts and Other Oil Interests. (See Full Profile)

    Distribution History

    Date Income Distribution
    2019 -
    2018 -
    2017 -
    2016 -
    2015 -
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