Which Cotton ETF Is Right For You? BAL vs. CTNN
Simply put, cotton makes an appearance in the daily lives of almost every population around the globe, as this commodity is used in a wide variety of textile products. Since global consumption patterns dictate the fluffy commodity’s movements, cotton prices are known to exhibit volatility, making a trade in cotton a potentially lucrative opportunity for investors and traders alike. Additionally, cotton has been shown to maintain a fairly low correlation to other asset classes, such as stocks, giving investors yet another option to add meaningful diversification to their portfolios . See the full story here → Related Posts: The Five Minute Guide to Cotton ETFs The Best (and Worst) Commodity Investments of H1 2012 Complete List Of New 2011 Commodity ETFs 5 Worst Performing Commodity ETPs of 2011 Weekly Agriculture Roundup: Hot Cocoa
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