How Gold, Silver, Natural Gas Funds Will Act at Market Re-open
This morning marks the first day of trading for markets this week, as hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on much of the east coast and forced U.S. exchanges to close for two days. Commodities markets, however, remained open and trading albeit with much lower than normal volumes. While today’s open won’t mean much for commodities themselves, the funds that track them are bound to be volatile, as they will need to reflect the changes made by their underlying holdings in the last two days [for more commodity news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter] . See the full story here → Related Posts: How Much Money Your Favorite Commodity ETFs Make For Long Term Investors: The Cheapest ETF for Every Commodity 10 Commodity ETFs with Monster Inflows in 2012 What Are the Most Popular Commodity ETFs? Schiff Talks Gold, Recession, China at Commodities Conference
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