How to Build a Futures Free Commodity Portfolio
For commodity traders, futures contracts and futures-based products are usually the go-to financial instruments for gaining exposure to your favorite hard assets. While futures investing may be appealing, there are many serious drawbacks and costly nuances to this strategy that can impact bottom-line returns. And without fully understanding how futures work and without being able to frequently monitor a trade, futures positions can quickly turn sour. For those who wish to avoid futures, we outline an all ETF portfolio that is designed to provide well-rounded exposure across all of the major commodities completely devoid of these contracts [for more commodity news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: How To Play Peter Schiff’s “Bullion Collapse” Theory The Highest Yielding Commodity ETF Is… The Beginner’s Guide to Wine Investment Funds: How to Invest in Fine Wine The Beginner’s Guide to Art Investments: How to Invest in Fine Art Kings Of Commodity Dividends: ETF Style
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