Is Commodity Investing Dying? Part 1
Commodity futures markets were originally designed for producers to hedge their risks against unforeseen complications. But as the years went on, more and more retail investors began piling into this asset class, as they enjoyed the diversification benefits offered by hard assets. Now, many long-term buy and hold investors allocate anywhere from 5-20% of their assets to commodity holdings, but that trend may be hitting a roadblock [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 Commodities That Have Thrived Under President Obama Commodity ETFs: Five Factors To Consider 20 Must-Read Quotes About the Commodity Industry 5 Commodity Trading Mistakes You Could Be Making
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