Claymore Advisors has filed a request with the SEC to introduce three new ETFs, each of which would be actively managed. Among the proposed funds is the Claymore Delta Global Hard Assets ETF, which would be the first actively-managed commodity ETF.
The filing with the SEC states that the Hard Assets ETF will invest in “securities that derive their revenues from the mining, processing and sale of hard commodities.” While this will likely include the usual suspects – gold, silver, platinum, copper, zinc, etc. – the fund will also invest in stocks of companies representing various commodities from three broad categories: industrials, material, and energy.
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