Don’t Fight The Curve: Five Commodity ETFs in Backwardation

By: ETFdb
The rapid development of exchange traded products has brought with it increased diversity in the investing space. Markets segments that were once nearly impossible for the average Joe to reach have now become as easy to buy as a share of ExxonMobil. Some of these elusive market segments include emerging markets, high yield fixed income, and commodities, the latter of which is one of the most popular and fastest growing segments of the exchange traded world. It used to be that investors had to own a futures account, which can be very complex and risky, in order to invest in commodities. With these accounts being so difficult for the average trader to use, exchange traded products stepped in to act as a vehicle for buyers interested in achieving commodity exposure but with minimal risks regarding margin and leverage. Now, traders can gain exposure to various futures contracts, or even [...] Click here to read the original article on Related Posts: Commodity ETFs Get No Love From Investors Oil ETF Investing: Five Ways To Play Seven Best ETF Performers Of Q1 (And Five Of The Worst) February ETF Flows: Commodities Are Hot, Emerging Markets Are Not USO vs. BNO: Explaining The Big Gaps In Oil ETF Performance
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