Uranium ETFs
A comprehensive list of Uranium ETFs on U.S. exchanges
Uranium ETFs Table Guide
ColumnDescription
Assets ($M)ETF assets in USD millions
Exp RatioExpense Ratio
% Off HiCurrent Price / 52wk High - 1
% Off LoCurrent Price / 52wk Low - 1
ManchinPrice return since 6/30/2022, the day Joe Manchin announced support for Inflation Reduction Act

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Uranium ETFs Investing FAQ

What is the largest Uranium ETF in the US?
  • The largest Uranium ETF in the US is the Global X Uranium ETF, ticker URA, which has $1.5bn in assets as of July 2023.
  • URA is much larger than the second largest Uranium ETF in the US, the Sprott Uranium Miners ETF, URNM, which has $875 million in assets as of July 2023.
  • In addition to companies involved in the mining, exploration and refining of Uranium, URA invests in companies producing components and equipment for the nuclear power industry.
What is the cheapest Uranium ETF in the US?
  • The VanEck Uranium+Nuclear Energy ETF has the lowest expense ratio of all Uranium ETFs in the US, with a net expense ratio of 0.61%.
  • The Global X Uranium ETF has a higher expense ratio at 0.69%, but larger average daily trading volume can increase liquidity and lower trading costs.
What do Uranium ETFs invest in?

Uranium ETFs typically invest in 3 types of assets:

1. Physical uranium

      • Sprott Uranium Miners ETF, URNM, is more of a pure-play ETF that invests only in uranium mining companies and physical uranium.

2. Uranium mining companies

      • All Uranium ETFs in this list invest in companies involved in the exploration, mining and refining or Uranium.

3. Companies involved in the nuclear power industry

      • The largest Uranium ETFs in the U.S., URA and URNM, invest in companies involved in producing nuclear components or equipment for the nuclear industry.

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