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Broad Industrial Metal ETFs: Reviewing All The Options

By: ETFdb
Whether you are looking to add a single commodity to your portfolio, or you’re wanting to cast a wider net over the entire industrial metals space, the continually expanding ETF industry lets you do it with ease. With one or more of these 11 exchange-traded funds you can fine-tune your exposure to industrial commodities such as aluminum, copper, zinc, nickel, cobalt, tin, lead and steel. Each ETF offers unique allocations to the different metals, as well as varying structures, leveraging, costs (expense ratios) and directional bias [see Free Member Report: How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time]. Below is a table highlighting each of these products, comparing the structure, expense ratio and industrial metal allocations (data as of March 3, 2013). It is important to note that the underlying index of the United States Metals Index Fund (USMI) is dynamic; therefore, the weightings of the 10 commodities held may change each month based [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: The Ultimate Guide To Resource-Specific “Third Generation” Commodity ETPs The Definitive Guide To Copper ETFs: Copper ETF Investing 101 Aluminum ETF: Due For A Crash? Copper ETFs: Due For A Correction? Copper ETFs Are Soaring: Can It Last?
Whether you are looking to add a single commodity to your portfolio, or you’re wanting to cast a wider net over the entire industrial metals space, the continually expanding ETF industry lets you do it with ease. With one or more of these 11 exchange-traded funds you can fine-tune your exposure to industrial commodities such as aluminum, copper, zinc, nickel, cobalt, tin, lead and steel. Each ETF offers unique allocations to the different metals, as well as varying structures, leveraging, costs (expense ratios) and directional bias [see Free Member Report: How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time]. Below is a table highlighting each of these products, comparing the structure, expense ratio and industrial metal allocations (data as of March 3, 2013). It is important to note that the underlying index of the United States Metals Index Fund (USMI) is dynamic; therefore, the weightings of the 10 commodities held may change each month based [...]

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