CORN - Teucrium Corn Fund
|Trading Day||April 21|
|Day's Range||18.78 - 19.40|
|52-Week Range||11.52 - 19.40|
The investment seeks to have the daily changes in the Shares" NAV reflect the daily changes in the corn market for future delivery, as measured by the fund's Benchmark. The Benchmark is a weighted average of the closing settlement prices for three futures contracts for corn that are traded on the Chicago Board of Trade. The fund seeks to achieve its investment objective by investing in Benchmark Component Futures Contracts. Under normal market conditions, it is expected that 100% of the fund's assets will be invested in Benchmark Component Futures Contracts and in cash and cash equivalents.
|Asset Class |
|Inception Date |
Jun 9, 2010
|Ticker Symbol |
|Index Tracked |
CBOT Corn Futures
China's record corn imports due to crop failures and inadequate state reserves have diminished available global corn supplies and pushed prices higher.
Agricultural futures and ETFs surged Wednesday, as the CME Group's farm reacted strongly to this morning's USDA data dump. U.S. farmers will plant lower corn and soybean acreage than the trade expected,...
China to Import Record Volumes of U.S. Corn
China has committed to an astonishing 915 million bushels of U.S. corn for the current marketing year. China has not imported more than 300 million bushels of corn in total at any point during the moder...
Corn ETF seeing strength on China's buying binge.
Higher revenues from soybean and corn are driving the price of agricultural land higher for the first time in years.
March corn futures traded down to a day low of $4.92 ½ on Monday, a 49-cents per bushel break in just 7-trading sessions versus the current contract high of $5.41 ½ established on January 13. The sell-o...
3 Reasons Why U.S. Corn Prices Are Rising
Corn futures are trading at their highest levels since 2013 as estimates of the U.S. harvest and reserve stocks of the grain are revised downward. Now, the attention of traders turns to whether the Sout...
Agricultural-related exchange traded funds have been gaining momentum as favorable fundamentals from both the supply and demand outlook help lift commodity prices. Falling inventory levels of U.S. grain...
Corn ETF hit a new 52-week high lately. Can it rally further?
Agriculture-related ETFs have been seeing significant movement lately, as crops are on a tear due to a global, coronavirus-induced supply shortage. With the coronavirus continuing to ravage the globe, i...
To say the corn market ended 2020 on a “high note” would be a gross understatement considering March 2021 corn futures traded up to a new contract high of $4.85 ¾ on the final trading day of the year. T...
The latest Commitment of Traders Report showed the Managed Money long in corn at +269,585 contracts as of the market closes on December 8th. And although this was down slightly week-on-week, it still ex...
Farmers move fast to harvest corn, soybeans for higher prices
Soybeans reached their highest prices in four years while corn rebounded by 30 percent from recent lows. The jump in prices comes as farmers take advantage of dry conditions to harvest their crops earli...
Nearby support levels and bullish crossovers suggest that agriculture commodities are worth watching over the final months of 2020.
Corn futures rally through harvest season
Corn futures never had a spring or summer rally in 2020.
It’s harvest time in the Northern Hemisphere for two of the largest producers of corn and soybeans on earth, the United States and China.
Soybean and corn ETFs have been gaining on the back of U.S. storm damage and increased Chinese demand.
Things are starting to look up for corn prices meaning the Teucrium Corn Fund (CORN) could be ready for its turn in the commodities exchange traded products to spotlight. CORN tracks three futures contr...
Weather concerns initiated a rally in corn, soybean and wheat ETFs.
As farmers forgo planting cash crops this season, the stunted supply conditions could set up agricultural prices and related exchange traded funds that track soft commodities like corn to rebound ahead....
In the commodities complex, precious metals are having most of the fun this year, but tactical, risk-tolerant investors shouldn’t overlook the Teucrium Corn Fund (CORN). CORN tracks three futures contra...
As China begins to purchase more corn, investors can look to a targeted exchange traded fund strategy to capture the strengthening market fundamentals. The U.S. Department of Agriculture said Thursday t...
Investors who are thinking about ways to diversify a traditional portfolio mix better should consider commodities like grains and related exchange traded funds to help provide uncorrelated returns.
Agricultural or soft commodity ETFs have been outperforming the broader market.
Looking at the current developments in U.S. agriculture, investors can broaden their diversification through commodities-related exchange traded funds to access the price moves of key agricultural produ...
As the U.S. and China move toward resolving their trade differences, the increased Chinese demand for agricultural goods could help lift some commodity prices and related exchange traded funds.
The U.S. and China finally signed Phase I of a highly anticipated trade deal, which includes a pledge from China to boost purchases of American agricultural commodities, such as corn, soybeans, and whea...
Soft commodities and agriculture-related ETFs strengthened Friday after a revised U.S. Department of Agriculture crop report, with traders focusing on the trade deal between the U.S. and China.
The prospects of US-China signing a trade deal have raised optimism about the performance of the agriculture ETFs.
As part of an initial trade deal with the United States, China has been buying up agricultural goods, bolstering soft commodities like wheat and soybeans, along with related exchange traded funds.
Some agriculture commodities have under pressure this year, particularly as the U.S. and China have gone back and forth in what is now a long-running trade war.
A rainy start to the planting season set farmers week behind schedule. The adverse weather is now acting as a catalyst for higher prices over the weeks or months ahead.
Agricultural commodities are surging this month buoyed by bad weather conditions that wreaked havoc in the major growing regions of the crops, delaying the crop plantations.
Nearby resistance on the charts of major agriculture commodities suggests that the bears will regain control of the long-term trend.