ETFs included in the TrackInsight segment of Energy Large Cap Stocks experienced inflows of $537M on Wednesday, October 30th, despite an average daily performance of -2,30%. Oil prices tumbled mainly because the forecasted near-term demand for oil has been downgraded by analysts, but investors may believe that oil price will go up in the future because of the escalating tensions in the Middle East. A high oil price is obviously good for energy companies as they have the same costs but increase their revenue when oil goes up. Even if strong inflows were recorded on Wednesday, investors massively exited the Energy stocks in 2019 with $3,64Bn of shares redeemed, but the tendency seems to disappear since the start of October. The performance of the segment is not really attractive, since it is only at +4,70% year-to-date. 13 ETFs are tracking 11 indices related to Energy Large Cap Stocks, and they gather $11,26Bn of assets under management.