Teucrium Corn (NY: CORN )
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Why Corn Has Surged 39%
July 13, 2012
Corn futures have been crushing it for the past month, as a number of factors have combined to push prices higher by approximately 39%. Since hitting a bottom on June 15th, Corn futures did nothing by...
A heatwave and drought are gripping the Midwest and causing grains futures and the exchange traded funds that track them to go vertical. Still, agriculture ETFs pulled back Wednesday following bullish...
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July 12, 2012
Corn ETF Rallies After Harvest Forecast Cut
July 11, 2012
An exchange traded fund pegged to corn prices rose more than 2% Wednesday after the U.S. Department of Agriculture slashed its yield estimate for this year’s crop. Teucrium Corn Fund (NYSEArca: CORN)...
4 ETFs On Fire From The Heat Wave
July 11, 2012
The heat wave that has been sweeping much of the country in recent weeks finally broke over the weekend, providing a minor measure of relief after a prolonged stretch of record temperatures. The...
Corn, Grains ETFs in Huge Breakout on Midwest Drought
July 09, 2012
ETFs indexed to corn and grain prices are the best-performing commodity funds over the past month on droughts driven by a record heat wave in the Midwest. Teucrium Corn Fund (NYSEArca: CORN) is up 28%...
If you're looking to play the shortage of corn, strategic investors Dennis Gartman says be careful. Not every trade you think should work, will work.
Commodities are potentially very powerful investments, but they also come with their fair share of risks. In recent years, investors and advisors have begun to adopt commodities into portfolios, as...
When in Doubt Go to Cash
April 26, 2012
Energy: I do not like the action in Crude so I advised clients to cut their shorts in half. Do not misinterpret me; I am not getting long but rather lightening up on short trades. Though I do not agree...
Three Commodities Exhibiting Backwardation
April 26, 2012
Trading commodities in today’s markets has been nothing short of difficult. While the first quarter was relatively stable, Q2 has been anything but, with volatility returning to markets and...
China, The 800 lb. Gorilla
April 12, 2012
A positive GDP number out of China influences commodities today. I think today was an overreaction, but a good sign medium and longer term. Crude picked up 1% today and has quickly pulled away from the...
UPDATE 2-ICE to take on CBOT in grains trading
April 12, 2012
* ICE plans to introduce agricultural futures contracts * Proposal needs CFTC approval * Contracts challenge cornerstone Chicago Board of Trade By Tom Polansek and John McCrank April 12 (Reuters) -...
Teucrium Debuts New Agriculture ETF (TAGS)
March 29, 2012
Teucrium, the Vermont-based firm behind a growing lineup of exchange-traded commodity products, announced today the launch of a new fund targeting agricultural resources. The Teucrium Agriculture Fund...
ETF Insider: Wall Street Welcomes New Highs
February 24, 2012
Equity markets ended the week in positive territory although price action was rather uneventful considering news of the Greek bailout along with several encouraging data releases on the home front....
ETF Insider: Progress In Greece Will Tip Markets
February 20, 2012
Markets broadly climbed higher last week amidst ongoing uncertainty stemming from the Euro zone, although this week should offer investors more concrete insights on just how the Greek bailout...
50 Ways To Invest In Agriculture
January 25, 2012
The agriculture sector has long been a popular place for commodity trading. After all, it was with agricultural futures that commodity trading got its start. Farmers had originally used these contracts...
Corn, Grains ETFs Plunge on Inventories Report
January 12, 2012
Corn and grains exchange traded funds were Thursday’s steepest decliners after the U.S. Department of Agriculture forecast inventories will be higher than expected. Corn and wheat prices fell the most...
5 Worst Performing Commodity ETPs of 2011
December 21, 2011
Statistics show that the vast majority of commodity investors come away actually losing money, this was especially true for 2011. This year was a rough one on commodities as global instability created...
ETF Chart of the Day: Corn
December 21, 2011
The last time we highlighted CORN (Teucrium Corn Fund) was in mid-July, with the exchange traded fund trading roughly around current price levels. The ETF went on a nice run through the end of August,...
The Top 10 Cheapest And Most Expensive ETFs
December 19, 2011
One of the founding principles of the ETF industry was cost competitiveness; after being charged upwards of 150 basis points for their favorite mutual funds, investors had grown tired of surrendering a...
The Five Most Active Commodities of 2011
December 12, 2011
This past year has been plagued with volatility, as global instability has put a major damper on commodity markets. Thought the first few months looked promising, the latter 30 day periods were plagued...
Grains, Corn ETFs Caught in Sharp Downdraft
December 09, 2011
Exchange traded funds tracking grains and corn prices have fallen heavily since the summer along with most commodity prices. Markets were awaiting a crop report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture...
Ten Unexpected Observations On YTD ETF Returns
December 04, 2011
With the finish line in sight, it’s fairly safe to say that 2011 will be remembered by most investors as a wild, back-and-forth year that brought plenty of both hope and despair. A hot start raised...
ETF Spotlight: Biofuels
November 29, 2011
On Nov. 7, Continental Airlines flight 403 made history by becoming the first commercial flight powered by a mixture of biofuel and traditional petroleum-based jet fuel. Two days later, Alaska Airlines...
Graining Momentum: How to Play Agricultural Commodities
November 16, 2011
Global population growth? together with crop destroying weather? are driving a grains rally. Here's how to get in.?
ETF Insider: Bad Week To Be A Bear
October 29, 2011
The bulls came rushing back last week and equity indexes soared, bolstered by solid corporate earnings at home coupled with encouraging developments in the Euro zone. Investors were more than cheerful...
ETF Insider: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back
October 26, 2011
Domestic equity indexes started the week off with fresh multi-month highs as investor optimism from last week carried over. Stock markets were quick to give up gains on Tuesday however, after...