These ETFs (Exchange-Traded Fund) are baskets of investments made up of precious metals or companies that harvest raw materials or agricultural products, bundled together into a single fund.
4 ETFs listed
All That Glitters
In Gold We Trust
Stash resources on the Commodities Industry
What is an ETF?
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are collections of different securities, providing investors with a way to diversify their holdings with one purchase.
Jargon Hack: What are Commodities?
Think gasoline, corn, livestock (turned into beef), gold, steel, aluminum, and oil.
The Stash Way: Learn to Diversify by Sector
Investing in different sectors can help you round out your portfolio
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