Copper ETF Investing

A copper exchange trade fund, or ETF, is similar to a stock in that it is traded in the market. However, ETFs are not the same as stocks, as they are actually shares of copper futures contracts that are held in an investment or similar fund. There are several copper related ETFs. The original is UBS' iPath Copper Fund. This product is listed as JJC on trades and trade monitoring materials. JJC shares are traded on the New York Commodities Exchange, known as COMEX. Information about this...
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Exchange Traded Funds

Investing in the market quickly and inexpensively is made easy through Exchange-Traded Fund or ETF. This is an investment tool bartered in exchange of major assets such as stocks and bonds. It is traded just about the same price as the net asset value of its underlying assets through out the trading day. These are also index funds that help investors focus on what asset classes to choose. ETFs follow a certain index. Some of which are Dow Jones Industrial Average or Dow 30, Standard & Poor'...
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ETF Investing

Exchange traded funds (or ETFs) are open-ended investment companies that can be traded at any time throughout the course of the day. Typically, ETFs try to replicate a stock market index such as the S&P 500, a market sector such as energy or technology, or a commodity such as gold or petroleum. In short, ETFs are similar to index mutual funds, but are traded more like stocks. As you would expect, ETFs along with all investment products, have their share of advantages and disadvantages. ...
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