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Top Ten: Canadian commodity funds.

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

These are selected commodity funds trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Tim Pickering, interviewed in this issue's Founders, is the manager of two fund on the list-the Claymore Natural Gas and Claymore Broad Commodity ETFs.

The preponderance of precious metals funds is a common feature also seen in the United States market.


Market Cap as of May, in millions of C$.
1. iShares Gold Trust $5,950
2. PowerShares DB Gold Double Long Notes $548
3. Claymore Gold Bullion $499
4. Claymore Natural Gas $180
5. BMO Junior Gold Index $123
6. Horizons BetaPro COMEX Silver Bull Plus $106
7. Horizons BetaPro COMEX Gold Bullion Bull Plus $64
8. Claymore Broad Commodity $50
9. BMO Junior Oil Index $31
10. BMO Junior Gas Index $14



 
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