Contango Report: Precious Metals, Natural Gas, Wheat
Contango for commodity traders is as inevitable a phenomenon as taxes; eventually you will come face-to-face with an upward sloping futures curve. In many cases, this simply presents an opportunity to make a play on the respective asset or possibly to re-position current holdings. Contango is most often caused by the storage costs associated with keeping large quantities of commodities in a designated area for a period of time, but it can also reflect market expectations of how a commodity’s price will move. Below, we outline several commodities currently exhibiting contango [for more commodity news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: For Day Traders: The Most Liquid ETF for Every Commodity For Long Term Investors: The Cheapest ETF for Every Commodity Inside Citi’s 2013 Precious Metals Outlook 3 Metals Outshining Gold PIMCO Recommends Hard Commodities to Weather Inflation
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