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What Are Commodities, why invest in Commodity?

The definition of a commodity is the raw materials used to make all the products that everyone buys, such as food or furniture. Some examples of commodities would be wheat, oil, metals, sugar, cotton, cocoa, and coffee.

 



The commodity market used to be where farmers would take their wheat and cotton to the local market. It is much different now. Now, there are contracts in which you trade agricultural products and developed commodity futures exchanges. Not just agricultural products, but all commodities can be traded on exchanges all across the globe. Thus it is very important to learn the fundamentals of commodities.

Commodities' returns are very independent of stock and bond returns. If you have more commodity exposure, then you can lower the risk and get a higher return rate. There is some products that can track the range of commodities. This could make achieving this a lot easier.

 

 

 

 

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