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3 Agribusiness ETFs To Play The Beaten Down Sector

October 22nd, 2013

Agriculture ETFCommodity producers have seen choppy trading so far this year due to subdued global trends and commodity-specific risks. This is also true for the agribusiness market, and especially so in the fertilizer segment. Read more…

NASDAQ:PAGG, NYSE:MOO, NYSE:SOIL

The Last Week And A Half Was Like A Lesson In Technical Analysis

October 21st, 2013

howtoScott Redler: World markets maintained a positive tone over the weekend as the equity rally remains underway. The Shanghai Composite that double bottomed over the Summer led Asia overnight making multi-week highs. Japan also Read more…

NYSE:GLD

Trouble Ahead For Agriculture ETFs As Potash Cartel Collapses?

August 7th, 2013

Agriculture ETFThere has been some rough trading in the commodity producer world so far in 2013, as a number of issues have kept these companies as underperformers. In particular, sluggish global demand, a low level of interest in commodities, and oversupplied Read more…

NASDAQ:PAGG, NYSE:MOO, NYSE:SOIL

North American Potash Producers Get Sucker-Punched By Russian Fertilizer Giant (POT, MOS, AGU)

August 5th, 2013

potashNorth American potash producers got sucker-punched when Russian fertilizer giant OAO Uralkali suddenly said the price of potash could fall in a big way. Uralkali should know. At the same time it made the bold statement, it broke the news that it will back out of Read more…

NASDAQ:PAGG, NYSE:GNR, NYSE:MOO

What’s Driving Food Inflation? Market Vectors Agribusiness, Agrium Inc., Mosaic Co, Monsanto Company

February 22nd, 2013

food pricesDavid Zeiler: Though tame through most of last year, food inflation has begun to surge again in 2013 – just as Money Morning Global Resources Specialist Peter Krauth predicted it would. Read more…

NYSE:MOO

Why Food Prices Are Heading To New Highs (COW, CORN, WEAT, SOYB, ADM, MOS, SFD)

February 5th, 2013

price-tagTony Daltorio: If you thought your grocery tab was high in 2012, brace yourself because this year will be even worse- but that just means there are stocks to buy now that will let you cash in on higher food prices. Read more…

NYSE:CORN, NYSE:COW, NYSE:SOYB, NYSE:WEAT

3 Commodity Plays For The Mayan Apocalypse

December 20th, 2012

Stoyan Bojinov: Financial markets appear to be at a major crossroad; improving economic data on the homefront points to recovery, however, unresolved “fiscal cliff” woes can just as easily drag the United States back into recession. To top it off, sluggish growth in China Read more…

NYSE:GLD, NYSE:IAU, NYSE:SLV

Steve Hansen: Biggest Value for Agricultural Investors Revealed (MOO, POT, MOS, AGU, RIO, VALE, BHP)

June 6th, 2012

Peter Byrne: Steve Hansen of Raymond James sees the potash market as a barbell, with a handful of large incumbent producers on one end and dozens of junior miners clustered at the other. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Read more…

NYSE:MOO

The Commodity Trade: Wheat Futures Continue To Soar; Ways To Play (WEET, MON, POT, MOS)

May 23rd, 2012

Jared Cummans: While most traders have kept their eyes glued to high profile commodities like gold and crude oil,wheat futures have been on an absolute tear. Three different kinds of wheat futures are up more than 10% in the trailing week, with standard wheat futures Read more…

NYSE:WEET

A Virtually Unknown Way To Play Resurgent Coal; And So Much More (KOL, ISCHF, POT, YARIY, CF, MOS)

April 26th, 2012

Joseph L. Shaefer: In a recent article, “A Skål to Old King Coal,” I discussed the shortsightedness of many investors in abandoning fossil fuels in favor of technologies that may one day provide renewable (and cleaner) energy but, today, account for less than 10% of all energy generated for heating, cooling, Read more…

NYSE:KOL

Investor Guide: 50 Ways To Invest In Agriculture (MOO, DBA, JJG, CF, MON, CORN, POT, DE, MOS, ADM, AGU)

January 26th, 2012

Jared Cummans: The agriculture sector has long been a popular place for commodity trading. After all, it was with agricultural futures that commodity trading got its start. Farmers had originally used these contracts to help offset any losses in crop yields. Now, the agricultural space has blossomed into a Read more…

NYSE:CORN, NYSE:DBA, NYSE:JJG, NYSE:MOO

Brian Ostroff: Junior Gold Equities Worthy Of Praise (GLD, SLV, AGQ, GDX, GDXJ, GG, ABX, IAG, AEM, MOS)

November 30th, 2011

Brian Sylvester: As the market sloshes around, gold is searching for its identity. It has played currency hedge and equity adeptly at different times this year. While other investors wade through the confusion, Brian Ostroff, managing director of Montreal-based Windermere Read more…

NYSE:AGQ, NYSE:DZZ, NYSE:GDX, NYSE:GDXJ, NYSE:GLD, NYSE:SLV

7 BILLIONTH Birthday: Three Food ETFs To Play The New Population Boom (MOO, DBA, DAG, MON, POT, MOS)

November 15th, 2011

Tony Sagami: Happy 7 BILLIONTH birthday!  I may be getting gray and old, but I’m not that old! Those birthday wishes go to everyone on the planet, actually, as the United Nations Population Fund estimated that the global population hit 7 billion on Halloween night. Read more…

NYSE:BARN, NYSE:DAG, NYSE:DBA, NYSE:MOO

The Agriculture ETF Showdown; Breaking Down Two Agriculture Funds (CROP, MOO, MON, MOS, ADM, DE)

October 31st, 2011

Jared Cummans: If Jim Rogers has taught us anything, its that agriculture exposure is a must for any investment portfolio. But buying corn or soybean futures and rolling on a steady basis seems impractical for keeping allocations to what might make up 1% of your overall holdings. Beyond futures products Read more…

NYSE:CROP, NYSE:MOO

Bruno del Ama: Fertilizer Is A Growing Business (SOIL, CF, IPI, MOS, SMG)

September 28th, 2011

Zig Lambo: It may not sparkle or shine, but fertilizer has a bright future. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Bruno del Ama, CEO of Global X Funds, tells us why investors should be looking at this “growing” industry and how his company’s new global fertilizer and potash ETF Read more…

NYSE:SOIL




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