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Vanguard Energy Index Fund ETF Shares (VDE)

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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77.02-0.60 (-0.77%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
77.00 -0.02 (-0.03%)
After hours: 07:37PM EST
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  • c
    collin
    Oil will go higher. Remember the push for EVs. They’ll only stay attractive if oil is expensive. .
  • M
    ME
    Quiet around here. What are people doing with this fund. I have sold some of my shares at above 80.
  • R
    Robin
    OPEC is upping production....Oil price will drop more; I see this stock dropping again.
  • ẞeyhmus
    $XOM conversation
    Return of some Energy companies since 2020-01-01:
    $PXD 31.2%
    $MRO 22.4%
    $EOG 14.3%
    $HAL 8.5%
    $XOM 1.9%
    $CVX 1.1%
    $KMI -1.3%

    Index:
    $XLE 5.6%
    $VDE 9.4%
    Bullish
  • j
    jack
    As long as price of oil rises so will VDE and any other stock associated with oil. With this administration I wouldn’t be surprised to see VDE hit 90+ by year end.
    Bullish
  • M
    Merissa
    Was thinking about selling, i got in last spring at $36, how much higher could this run?
  • A
    Anonymous
    Like dude these stocks are dead. like everyone is going renewable. Gas cars are like bogus to the max. Why can't we make a car that like runs on weed? That would be totally righteous!
    Bullish
  • M
    ME
    If OPEC+ continues to deliver the planned 400,000 bpd increase in November then look for prices to continue to trend higher. If they decide to bump up production as high as 600,000, for example, then look for the start of a near-term sell-off.
    Bullish
  • G
    George
    Do you think that vde will rebound to 78 - 79 levels anytime soon? Thank you
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    VDE reached a 52 Week high at 83.63
  • M
    ME
    Hoping this upward trend continues. Selling at $77-$78.
  • ẞeyhmus
    Ex.Date 09/29/2021
    Amount $0.9232 per share
    Pay Date 10/04/2021
  • M
    Merissa
    Has anyone received their dividend that was due this month.
  • S
    S
    Expected to be around $100 by end of the year.
    Bullish
  • ẞeyhmus
    $XOM conversation
    $VDE just increased its dividend from 0.552 to 0.9232. That is insane!
    Bullish
  • A
    Anonymous
    I think $90 is a reasonable share price by the end of the year. Oil is reaching $70 a barrel as demand increases. This should help the profitability of the companies that make up this fund.
    Bullish
  • M
    ME
    Purchased 14K shares during Covid-19 when the price was below $40. Thinking about selling after the June dividend. Price should be at or above $80 by then.
  • S
    Sams
    Oil obselete? Raise the price of oil drastically, through regs , taxes or anything and see what happens to the economy. 60% of electricity is generated with fossil fuels. People are still buying billions of gas & diesel powered autos. China and the US together sell about 50mil cars a year. I'm sure less than 1% are electric (not that it matters).
  • C
    Craig
    Absolutely zero reason this fund should be trading a buck and a half below it's NAV and with crude prices higher than they've been since 2018.
  • M
    ME
    For those that think oil is a dying industry, I ask you what the replacement is? Electric? Frequently cities are having a hard time keeping electric flowing on hot summer nights with all the air conditioning usage. Now imagine every household having two or more cars plugged in to charge for the next day. And by the way you will need 220 volts run out to your garage to charge you cars. Probably will need get your homes existing 100 amp electric service upgraded to 150 or 200 amps in the process. That should only run you several thousands of dollars. Add to the story that they are not adding any new coal or gas burning electric power plants. Solar and wind are not reliable and can not compete with the required needs. Nuclear would be the only solution, but it takes 10 years to build a plant. My money is that gas powered cars will be with us for a long time.
    Bullish
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