Bloomberg’s Eric Balchunas and Taylor Riggs break down the Pickens Morningstar Renewable Energy Response ETF (ticker: RENW) with Toby Loftin, founder of BP Capital Fund Advisors and TriLine Index Solutions. Recently, the firm, with has ties to oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens, revamped ‘RENW’. The fund use to be an oil-focused ETF, but now focuses on renewables. (Source: Bloomberg_TV)
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