Security Identifiers Both securities industry professionals and investors alike require unique security identifiers to distinguish between the numerous and varied securities issuers and securities issues. The most widely used security identifiers are: Symbol CUSIP Number ISIN Number Internal Security Number Symbol The security Symbol or Ticker Symbol for a security is a unique security identifier that consists of alpha (equities) � or alpha numeric (bonds) � characters used to identify both the security issuer and the specific security issue.
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Top 2 ETFs With Exposure to Uranium (URA, NLR)
For investors looking to obtain significant exposure to the uranium market within the metals and mining sector, the choices among exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are simplified. As of June 2016, there are only two ETFs with a primary focus on the uranium market. One ETF is a more pure-play investment in uranium itself or uranium mining, since its portfolio is dominated by uranium producers. The other ETF choice in this category offers a more direct play on nuclear energy firms, though stocks of major uranium producers are also represented in the fund's portfolio.