Tuesday’s ETF Chart To Watch: Teucrium Corn Fund (CORN)

By: ETFdb
Global markets started the week on a positive note, with domestic indexes jumping aboard the bull on Monday. Worse than expected housing data was largely ignored by investors, as the market instead focused on Tiffany’s robust profits and talks of AT&T buying T-Mobile. The jump in equities was warranted with a rise in energy prices as well. Crude oil jumped over the $100 mark again, as investors responded to the political developments in Libya that took place over the weekend. An international coalition launched air-strikes in Libya starting on Saturday, while pro-democratic protests erupted in Syria. A weaker dollar and upbeat equities helped pushed gold higher as well, with the precious metal gaining $1o for the session, closing at $1,426 an ounce. Treasures also crept higher, suggesting that investors are still cautious and not entirely convinced of the market’s recent recovery following last week’s sell-offs. Agricultural commodities have lost the [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Commodity ETFs Get No Love From Investors Commodity ETF Investing: Four Strategies For Fighting Contango Technical Trading: Fibonacci Explained With The Corn ETF (CORN) Inside The Corn ETF’s Surge Explaining The Wacky Discounts For The Silver ETF (SLV)
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