Group J: Commodities and precious metals ETF's

When we are talking about commodities and precious metals ETF’s we really are talking about ETC’s (exchange traded commodities). But as most investors use the word ETF we just keep on using the word ETF here.

I love investing in commodities and precious metals. Prices are often better predictable based upon economic data. Adding to that is the fact that all commodities and precious metals incorporate a break-even price.

Beneath that price miners or suppliers will be in trouble which makes for a solid bottom. Besides, prices in these materials and metals may vary heavily in relative short periods of time which makes it all the more exiting for active investors.

ETFS Physical Gold ETF

This is a physical ETF so the underlying bars of gold are really kept in a vault. Gold speculators may cause the gold price to double or quadruple in a couple of years. Read why I love investing in gold. Read more...

ETFS Physical Silver ETF

Silver and gold are related to each other. Read why silver is much more speculative than gold. Silver may rise twice as hard as gold, bit the same goes for declining. Very high profits are possible with this physical silver ETF. Read more...

ETFS Copper

Copper is being used almost exclusively as a basic material in industrial applications. The price of copper may double or decrease in half in a few years’ time. But its dependence upon the economy and the supply of copper make it a reasonably well predictable metal. Read more...

ETFS Brent Oil

There are several oil prices. I will discuss the difference between Brent and WTI oil. Read why the power of OPEC isn’t a real problem anymore. I will give my opinion about when oil prices may rise again and when it is time to get in. Read more...

ETFS Natural Gas ETF

I will explain why I often buy this gas ETF when I see chances in oil. In the long run oil and gas prices tend to go up and down simultaneously, but that is not the case in the short time. In gas there are relatively large price fluctuations during a day’s trade. Read more...

Lyxor Commodities CRB Thomson Reuters/Corecommodity UCITS ETF

All basic materials and precious metals in one single ETF. Read why I often refer to this ETF as the Economy ETF. With this ETF you are investing in cattle, aluminium, copper, sugar, cotton, corn, cacao, soya, gold, coffee and gas. Read more...

ETFS Coffee

Investing in coffee may lead to great returns where tripling of prices are possible. But you will have to be a little patient. I explain why the price of coffee may rise as swiftly as it often does. Read more...

ETFS Cotton

Prices of cotton may vary much. The cotton plant is known for all sorts of menaces. The combination of disappointing crops and speculation may cause cotton prices to skyrocket (400% rise in 2 years is not uncommon). Read more...

ETFS Wheat

The bread ETF. Read why wheat is not a spectacular price mover. But you can make a ride of about 20% to 30% in some periods during a year. Getting in and out is the policy here. Read more...

ETFS Corn

This ETF is focused on corn as ingredient for human foods (not as animal food for farmers). Another use of corn is as raw material for biofuel. Returns of 200% to 300% per year are possible, but the same can be said about its downturn. Read more...

ETFS Sugar

The sugar ETF. Sugar is of course well known as a sweetener but it can also be used in the production of ethanol. Today the price of sugar is depended upon the oil prices. Strong fluctuations in supply and demand may cause price fluctuations of more than 400%. Read more...

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