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Teucrium, the Vermont-based firm behind the ultra-popular Corn Fund (NYSE:CORN) that has plans to launch several additional commodity-specific ETPs, has laid the groundwork for another
The media continues to focus their attention on Japan’s earthquake/tsunami/nuclear disaster, the U.S.-led intervention in Libya and ongoing unrest in the Middle East.
The world food index tracked by the United Nations rose to an all time high in February, indicating that food prices continue to rise and are likely to remain elevated in the near term future, providing
Jim Rogers, a fervent agricultural bull since he launched the Rogers International Commodity Index in 1998, recently cited rice as his favorite grain.
The global price of food continues to increase illustrated by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization’s monthly food price index rising to 214.7, the sixth consecutive month
On Monday, I warned you that commodities could see a pullback in prices, and that’s exactly what happened. Gold opened at $1,421.10 on the first trading day of 2011, and proceeded to trade as low
As commodity ETFs have witnessed increased investor demand and increased returns over this year, there have many new resource-specific ETFs