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|Day's Range||24.72 - 24.92|
|52 Week Range||21.61 - 24.92|
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|Expense Ratio (net)||0.75%|
The rootin’-tootin’ rally for stocks is not letting up so far in the new year. The hunt for other promising investments continues as well — and it may be worth taking a look at commodities, suggests one ...
Equities are overvalued! Bonds are overvalued! In the minds of many investors everything is overvalued given central bank distortions, yet there may be an exception. Look at commodities. The difference between financial and real asset could not be ...
Barclays announced today that effective Thursday, August 31, 2017, T+2 settlement will be accommodated on early redemption orders by holders of exchange traded notes issued by Barclays Bank PLC.
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The bearish chart patterns on these commodity-related ETFs suggest that the bears could just be getting started. (PSAU,DJP)
How do we know whether a model is right if we are running a systematic managed futures program? This is not an easy question because a significant amount of data is necessary to distinguish the difference between models. Plus, there is just the ...
Those of us who invest or trade futures markets have a little different take on tax season, felling a little more celebratory. It’s that time of year. March madness, the end of winter, and tax season. There’s no argument taxes are the worst of those ...
As a group, hedge funds now hold a record net long position equivalent to 951 million barrels across the three main Brent and WTI contracts “A machine can’t do everything yet,” Old School Trading Pits to Remain After High-Tech Exchange Deal – ( ...
Each commodity market has its own fundamentals and its own individual outlook. But there’s a general sense that 2017 could be a good year for commodities, after a long period of being underdogs. Growth policies in the U.S. that should lead to a rise in inflation; tighter oil supplies; strong demand from the industrial sector; and crop-friendly weather in key growing regions are all factors impacting the prospects for commodity markets.