DRLL Energy ETF Sees $100M In First Week

The recently launched Strive U.S. Energy ETF (DRLL) has hit the market running showing over $100 million in assets under management with $160 million traded in the first week. DRLL invests in energy as a way to push back against a flurry of ESG ETFs that they believe are suppressing U.S. energy.

ETF Newz Says:

The rapid growth of DRLL shows that investors want to push back against the ESG movement.

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