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Volatile weather conditions across the U.S.Midwest are disrupting the normal planting season and supporting a rebound in soft commodities related exchange traded funds. Grains have fallen off this year...
Commodities and related exchange traded funds have underperformed equities and fixed-income markets over the past few years, but investors should not ignore the benefits of including some exposure to...
Soft Commodity ETFs Could Rebound on El Niño Weather
May 13, 2015
The El Niño weather pattern is officially back, and commodity exchange traded funds, notably those that track agricultural products, could enjoy a nice boost as dry conditions weigh on the supply...
Commodity Funds Continue To Struggle
April 01, 2015
The price of a bushel of corn for May delivery tumbled during the last day of the quarter by almost 5 percent to $3.756. The move was ...
Contrarians, Take Note Of Soybean Weakness
February 24, 2015
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Farmers Walk Away From Leases Due To Plunging Grain Prices
February 22, 2015
The price of corn is at a price seen in late 2006, wheat late 2005, and soybeans 2004. Land prices, lease prices, equipment prices, and fertilizer are much higher.
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Agribusiness ETFs: Commodity Slump Pressures Farmers
February 11, 2015
Agribusiness exchange traded funds could experience stunted growth as depressed grain prices squeeze farmers’ profit margins. Over the past year, the Market Vectors Agribusiness (NYSEArca: MOO) rose...
Gains for Grains: Some Agriculture ETFs are Ready to Rally
November 12, 2014
After bursting out of the gates to start 2014, some agriculture exchange traded products have spent the better part of the past seven months in tailspins. The PowerShares DB Agriculture Fund (NYSEArca:...
Overlooked Ratio Could be Signaling Upside for Corn ETF
October 27, 2014
Gold is a component in an array of investment ratios, most notably the gold/silver ratio, or the measure of how many ounces of silver it takes to buy one ounce of gold. The gold/corn ratio is...
Commodity ETF Traders Have to Be Picky
October 10, 2014
With the U.S. dollar strengthening and global growth concerns lingering, the commodities market have stumbled. Nevertheless, traders can still find some opportunities, but they will have to target...
Investors Turn Sour On Commodity ETFs
October 02, 2014
In response to the bumper crop year, rising oil output and slowing global demand for raw materials, commodity exchange traded funds experienced their largest monthly outflows this year. In September,...
Record Harvests Chase Investors From Agriculture ETPs
September 02, 2014
Despite a persistent drought in California, the largest agriculture state in the U.S., record harvests in other parts of the country are chasing investors from agriculture exchange traded funds and...
Agribusiness ETFs Wither as Farmers Tigthen Belts
August 26, 2014
The agribusiness industry and related exchange traded funds could continue to fall behind the broader market as U.S. farmers face a significant drop in income after a bumper crop year sent grain prices...
Corn, Soybean ETFs Languish In Bumper Crop Year
August 22, 2014
A bumper crop year across the U.S. agricultural belt will keep soft commodity exchange traded fund prices depressed. Year-to-date, the Teucrium Corn Fund (NYSEArca: CORN) has declined 14.9% and...
Commodities in Focus Amid Russia Sanction Battle
August 13, 2014
The last few months have primarily focused on the tensions between Russia and Ukraine, and the violent conflict has escalated in recent weeks. Now, the U.S. and European Union are imposing various...
Navigating an Uneven Market for Commodities ETFs
July 29, 2014
Commodity exchange traded funds help diversify an investor’s portfolio, but traders can also dive into the market to pick and select potential opportunities while avoiding duds. According to the...
Agricultural Commodity ETFs Hit New Lows
July 10, 2014
While the summer months spur rapid price increases in energy costs, another key indicator of consumer behavior is seeing a wave of ...
El Nino With a Chance of Agriculture ETFs
May 19, 2014
Agriculture and soft commodities exchange traded products have been the best-performing commodities ETPs this year and that trend could be set to continue due to extreme weather conditions around the...
Supply Glut, Low Demand Continue to Weigh on Commodity ETFs
January 13, 2014
Broad commodity exchange traded funds have experienced a dismal year as slowing economic growth in emerging economies and supply glut in agricultural products pushed down prices, with hedge funds...
Backwardation Report: A Mixed Bag
January 13, 2014
Last week, we gave investors our first contango report for 2014, noting that precious metals are facing upward curves for the foreseeable future. This week, we’re bringing you the first backwardation...
USDA Report Sways Soft Commodity ETFs
November 08, 2013
The corn exchange traded fund saw a brief respite Friday from its bearish streak after the U.S. Department of Agriculture estimated a slightly lower-than-expected crop yield. The Teucrium Corn Fund...
U.S. Shutdown Pushes Soybean ETF Traders to Seek Chinese Data
October 17, 2013
The soybean exchange traded fund is turning around and futures prices are rallying the most in five weeks as traders looked to Chinese import data with the government shutdown hindering new U.S....
Why Agriculture ETFs are Rallying this Week
September 26, 2013
Soft commodity exchange traded funds are rebounding with wheat prices touching a four-week high as China increases imports to restrain rising prices. The Teucrium Wheat Fund (NYSEArca: WEAT) was rising...
Soybeans Soar, Creating Trading Opportunity
September 09, 2013
The summer of 2013 has been notably cooler than the scorcher that 2012 brought, but August saw the heat turned up on the U.S., having a marked impact on a number of commodities. Soybeans, in...
U.S. Heatwave Draws Comparisons to 2012
July 23, 2013
Déjà vu all over again. It was about this time last year that much of the U.S. was engulfed in a crushing heatwave that injected a fair amount of volatility into the commodity world; namely in the...
Grain ETFs Fall as Traders Anticipate Record Crop Yields
July 01, 2013
After the record drought decimated crops last year, U.S. farmers planted a record amount of corn. With mild temperatures forecasted across the Midwest, an expected record crop yield is weighing on...
Soybean Prices Set To Simmer
June 14, 2013
With applications in oils, animal feed and in our own meals, soybeans have become a staple crop in the U.S. and many other nations. While soybeans are originally from Southeast Asia, with Chinese...
Grains ETFs Boosted by Rainfall
June 03, 2013
Excessive rainfall in the Great Plains and central Midwest region has helped lift grains related exchange traded funds as traders bet on damage to winter crops and disease-related yield losses. The...
One of the most talked-about global trends in recent years has been the rapid growth in population. As emerging markets around the world enter periods of robust growth , their populations have also...