Many agree that commodity prices will rise again in 2009. ETF offer a new way to invest in this market. In the trend a strong price increases of raw materials such as oil and gas are expected by most investors, also for other commodities, such as gold, metals generally or also for agricultural products will be calculated with a price increase. This significant increase in raw material prices, entitled expected by the majority of real, to achieve a high return on investment opportunities for investors. Nevertheless, energy sources, agricultural products or metals are in many investor portfolios still clearly under represented. This just investment in these commodities can make a meaningful contribution to the portfolio diversification and complement other plants. How can the investor about the ETF (Exchange traded funds) invest in commodities? An exchange-traded funds is an investment fund traded on the stock market.
In contrast to the traditional Fund, an ETF is a stock is traded daily and now belongs to the most successful forms of investment. This exchange-traded index funds offer institutional and private investors now also have access to the commodity markets. ETF are as flexible as shares, but combine the advantage of diversification such as mutual funds. They can be purchased by the investors of any bank or a broker and sold. In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, seek the safe haven investors for 2009 and plan low-risk patterns in their investment strategies. ETF offer a stable strategy for commodity values, as they in their structure not only on a value, but accurately depict the index as a primary goal and combining multiple commodities. Also, an ETF is continuously monitored and updated. It is a management – and administration fee of approx.
0.35 – 0.5 per cent annually levied. Why does it make sense to invest through an ETF and not directly in the commodities market? Who wants to invest directly in the commodities market, should be always up to date and inform themselves, where raw materials are produced, how and in which Quantity, with the reserves, and where they are traded. Political trends, current events etc., much needs to be kept by the investors in mind, if he wants to assess raw material values and stable invest. Daily track to keep on course developments such as crude oil, silver, gold, copper, zinc, cotton, coffee, or sugar is possible, requires however much time and is very expensive. A commodity-based ETF is managed professionally qualified and checked daily, he stabilized as Depot admixture reliably and without time. Oliver Ganesh corner ETF-24.de