|Bid||0.00 x 2200|
|Ask||0.00 x 3000|
|Day's Range||0.00 - 0.00|
|52 Week Range|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.10|
|Expense Ratio (net)||1.15%|
Farmers continue to struggle after major weather events over the past year and the ongoing U.S.-China trade war. Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman, Adam Shapiro, Rick Newman, Dan Howley and Nathan Kaufman, Vice President of the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank discuss.
Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, Julie Hyman, and Rick Newman join Teucrium Funds Founder Sal Gilbertie discuss.
Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, Akiki Fujita, Brian Cheung and Sal Gilbertie - President Teucrium Trading discuss the corn futures market.
Agriculture-related exchange traded products are receiving a nice boost with some of the previous uncertainty dissipating after China said it will exempt agricultural products form additional tariffs on ...
Farmers just began harvesting their crops but a wet spring and the U.S.-China trade war are creating uncertainty that is depressing crop prices.
China’s decision to raise tariffs on U.S. goods targeted a range of U.S. agricultural goods, weighing on soft commodity and livestock exchange traded products. Beijing raised levies on agricultural goods, ...
Investors who are looking to diversify into agricultural commodities-related ETFs should consider the strong fundamentals that support underlying the markets and the longer-term relationships between commodity ...
There has been increased interest in grains-related ETFs over the past few months as advisors and investors are seeking information on this often-overlooked segment of the market. On the upcoming webcast, ...
Apple prices in China are up almost 30%, detracting from its consumption for the commodity, according to the latest data from grocery delivery platform Dada-JD Daojia. This latest development could put ...
Crop prices for corn are on the move up after a massive disruption on U.S. farms spark worries regarding the size and quality of this year’s harvest. The U.S. Department of Agriculture confirmed that farmers planted only a fraction of what they have typically do during this time of the harvest year. During the bout of volatility that took hold of the capital markets near of the end of 2018, stocks and bonds did something they don’t normally do–exhibit positive correlation.
Teucrium Trading, LLC, a leader in Agriculture Exchange Traded Products (ETPs), is ringing the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange Friday to celebrate the Teucrium Soybean (SOYB) fund. SOYB seeks to have the daily changes in percentage terms of the shares’ NAV reflect the daily changes in percentage terms of a weighted average of the closing settlement prices for three futures contracts for soybeans that are traded on the Chicago Board of Trade.
Though markets rallied probably on the undervalued status and a still-steady US economy, rising recessionary fears and full-scale trade war risks should brighten the appeal of safer ETFs.
Due to uncertainty surrounding global trading conditions and the surging performance of equity investments through the first few months of 2019, traders have struggled to find a compelling upside in the commodity markets this year. The prices for oil and metals are still pushing year-to-date highs, while agricultural and soft commodities like soybeans and sugar have bounced from recent lows to cut some of the losses sustained since the U.S.-China tariffs took effect in mid-2018. Now might be the time to find broad exposure to the commodities markets, and we can use the AI model portfolios on Quantamize to discover which commodity ETFs to be overweight heading into spring.
We have highlighted five ETFs that seem to be market movers in the weeks ahead given that the United States and China are set to start fresh talks in Washington today.
Commodities like agricultural goods and precious metals offer investors an alternative to divest their holdings. Often times, commodities march to the beat of their own drum compared to the broad market. ...
Soybean futures and commodity-related ETF retreated Thursday as traders hoped for more deals after the U.S. resumed delivery to China in the wake of renewed trade talks between the two countries. The Teucrium Soybean Fund (SOYB) fell 1.1% Thursday, with CBOT soybean futures down 1.4% to $9.205 per bushel. According to the U.S. Agriculture Department, private exporters sold 1.13 million tonnes of U.S. soy to China, the world's top soybean importer, marking the first significant U.S. soybean purchase in over six months after a trade truce was reached on December 1, Reuters reports.