April 14, 2011 at 07:00 AM EDT
Talking Commodity ETFs With Sal Gilbertie Of Teucrium
Recently we sat spoke with Sal Gilbertie President of Teucrium to discuss the market for commodity ETPs and how these investments could make for an interesting component of a portfolio. Additionally, we delve into the company’s flagship product, the CORN fund to find out why investors should take a closer look at this important commodity. We also look at Teucrium’s methodologies for limiting the impact of contango and why this may be the preferred way to go for a variety of commodity products. ETF Database (ETFdb): Interest in commodities has surged in recent years. How should investors be using commodities in their portfolio? Or perhaps more importantly, how shouldn’t they be using them? Sal Gilbertie (SG): The reason we formed Teucrium is because we believe that in the next five to ten years, all investors will want to have commodities in their portfolios. We believe that the commodity situation around [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: June ETF Roundup: Launches and Filings First The CORN ETF, Now Five More Funds IndexIQ Launches Global Agribusiness Small Cap ETF (CROP) Tuesday’s ETF Chart To Watch: Teucrium Corn Fund (CORN) Thursday’s ETF To Watch: Teucrium Crude Oil Fund (CRUD)
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