15.03.2011 - Using mining ETFs as a commodity play
From Advisorone.com: In the two years since the stock market sank to a dozen-year low in March 2009, the prices for many types of metal precious and industrial skyrocketed. Copper, often considered to be the most economically sensitive metal due to its use in housing and appliances, began to rally two months before the stock market finally hit bottom, even though exchange inventories were still rising. Investors now have a wide range of funds to choose from that offer exposure to precious and industrial metals, including both commodity funds that own physical metal and equity funds that own shares in metal producers..............................................Full Article: Source
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