The Wall Street Journal had an article about different ETF Funds suing each other because their names are similar and may be confusing to some investors, and it got me to thinking what funny stock market symbols are out there?
I always liked BUD for Budweiser’s parent company, Anheuser Busch but they were sold to inBev.
WSJ highlights some funny ETFs,
- BIL (Treasury bills),
- MUNI (municipal bonds),
- CORN (grain),
- KOL (fossil fuel),
- GAZ and OIL (energy),
- WOOD and CUT (forestry stocks),
- GRID (utilities),
- JO (coffee),
- HEDJ (a currency-hedged stock fund) or
- FAN and TAN (wind-energy and solar stocks)
Funny Stock Symbols
I had to go searching for funny stock symbols
- YUM for parent company of KFC, Pizza Hut, etc.
- BID for Sotheby’s
- MOO is an Agricultural Fund (Thanks Darwin’s Finance – an ETF)
- DNA for Genetech, a Biotech Firm…recently bought out (Thanks Joe Taxpayer)
- EAT for the parent company of Chilis and On the Border
- LUV for SouthWest Airlines
- GRR for an Asian Tigers Fund
Which Ones am I missing?
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