Group K: Commodities market sector ETF's

Here you will find 12 ETF’s with stocks of companies that are trading or mining commodities or precious metals. Of course prices of commodities fluctuate with market conditions but the same goes for the prices of the stocks of the companies that are active in this market.

There are differences, for instance mining shares may fluctuate more than the prices of the materials they are mining. With other commodities it is just the other way around, there the prices of the metals or materials are more volatile than the stocks of the companies.

ETFS DAXglobal Gold Mining Go UCITS ETF

In this ETF Securities ETF you will find the large gold mines included. Prices of gold mines do rise faster than the price of gold. Returns of 200% to 400% in a year are possible. Read more...

Market Vectors Junior Gold Miners ETF

This is a very speculative ETF. Junior mines are mines that are just starting out. Is one able to find gold in large quantities or not? Of course the gold price itself plays a major role. Returns of more than 500% a year are entirely possible. I will explain when I will not get aboard anymore. Read more...

iShares MSCI Global Silver Miners ETF

The price of silver is following the price of gold but the silver price rises (and declines) faster than that of gold. Shares of silver mines therefore may fluctuate heavily. 500% returns here too are common, but so is the risky side. Read more...

Global X Copper Miners ETF

There are not many investors that trade copper. The demand for copper is industry-based and a stable and sound global economy is necessary. Shares of copper mines may rise and decline swiftly, 400% returns are to be made. Read more...

iShares MSCI Global Metals and Mining Producers ETF

With this ETF silver and gold mines are excluded so it is a fine ETF to invest in when one wants to avoid the speculative gold and silver markets. Almost 200 mines are included. Read more...

Lyxor STOXX Europe 600 Oil and Gas UCITS ETF

The European oil and gas market sector. This ETF is very depended upon the price of oil. I will explain why this ETF is declining or rising more slowly than the oil price. You will get 23 oil and gas stocks in this ETF. Read more...

SPDR S and P Oil and Gas Exploration and Production ETF

The American oil and gas industry. You will read why I simultaneously are following a European and American oil & gas ETF. This ETF is tracking the oil and gas prices a bit closer. More than 65 companies are included. Read more...

iShares U.S. Oil Equipment and Services ETF

Investing in oil contractors may be more interesting than investing directly in oil or oil companies. More than 40 companies of American suppliers to the oil industry are included. Read more...

Market Vectors Coal ETF

Here you will get 27 stocks of global coal companies. Coal is used in the steel industry and for generating electricity. It is an old industry that will be around for some time to come. High returns are possible here. Read more...

iShares Global Timber and Forestry UCITS ETF

Investing in 25 stocks of global wood industries and forestry companies. The demand for wood will always be high. Returns of more than 50% yearly are entirely possible. Short rides may ensure nice returns in short periods through high volatility. Read more...

ETFS S-Network Global Agri Business GO UCITS ETF

In this ETF everything concerning agri-business is included. It is a global ETF. Mishaps through weather, diseases etc. are the price drivers here. 200% returns can be made. Read more...

Market Vectors Rare Earth Strategic Metals ETF

More than 20 stocks of global companies active in precious metals. More and more applications are invented but supply is stepping up too. Very speculative ETF with large and fast increases and decreases. Read more...

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