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SOYB - Teucrium Soybean Fund

Stock Price: $22.01 USD 0.31 (1.43%)
Updated Apr 20, 2021 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
Pre-market: $22.20 +0.19 (0.86%) Apr 21, 4:06 AM
Assets $87.93M
NAV $21.71
Expense Ratio 2.50%
PE Ratio n/a
Beta (5Y) 0.17
Dividend (ttm) n/a
Dividend Yield n/a
Ex-Dividend Date n/a
1-Year Return -
Trading Day April 20
Last Price $22.01
Previous Close $21.70
Change ($) 0.31
Change (%) 1.43%
Day's Open 21.99
Day's Range 21.94 - 22.13
Day's Volume 104,363
52-Week Range 13.27 - 22.13

Fund Description

The investment seeks for changes in the Shares" NAV to reflect the daily changes of the price of soybeans for future delivery, as measured by the Teucrium Soybean Index. The fund seeks to achieve its investment objective by investing under normal market conditions in Benchmark Component Futures Contracts. Under normal market conditions, the manager expects that 100% of the fund's assets will be invested in Benchmark Component Futures Contracts and in cash and cash equivalents.

Asset Class
Commodity
Sector
Grains
Region
North America
Inception Date
Sep 19, 2011
Exchange
NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol
SOYB
Index Tracked
CBOT Soybean Futures

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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,...

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2 weeks ago - ETF Trends

What You Need to Know About Soybean Futures in 2021

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1 month ago - Bloomberg Markets and Finance

Higher revenues from soybean and corn are driving the price of agricultural land higher for the first time in years.

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3 months ago - ETF Trends

A soybean exchange traded fund has been outperforming in the commodities category as poor crop conditions and rising Chinese demand helped the soy market rally this year. The Teucrium Soybean Fund (NYSE...

3 months ago - ETF Trends

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3 months ago - See It Market

The Soybean ETF has hit a new 52-week high. Are more gains in store?

3 months ago - Zacks Investment Research

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Soybean processors in the U.S. expect to crush a record amount of beans this year. This normally signals a large supply, but demand for exports will keep prices high to start 2021.

4 months ago - Bloomberg Markets and Finance

Soybean Growers Look To Plant More in 2021

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4 months ago - Bloomberg Markets and Finance

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It's a familiar dance: China gobbles up U.S. soybeans until shortly after harvest and then switches to South America for its supply. Whether U.S. exports can maintain their record levels from earlier th...

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China's Appetite for U.S. Soybeans Starts to Slacken

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Chinese orders for U.S. soybeans hit a four-year record recently, but that might be short-lived. Chinese processors have enough supply to meet their need through January and other nations have cheaper p...

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China Demand Sends U.S. Soybean Prices Surging

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4 months ago - Bloomberg Markets and Finance

The best agricultural commodity ETFs for Q1 2021 are SOYB, WEAT, and FAAR.

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5 months ago - Investopedia

U.S. Soybean Prices Booming Thanks to Chinese Demand

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stimates for the U.S. soybean crop fell in the third quarter just as China's appetite for the commodity grew. If the trend continues, prices could continue to climb in 2021.

5 months ago - Bloomberg Markets and Finance

Inventories are clearly tightening for one of the most important agricultural commodities in the world.

5 months ago - Forbes

Farmers move fast to harvest corn, soybeans for higher prices

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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...

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6 months ago - Forbes

U.S. soybean futures hit 27-month high on heavy demand

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6 months ago - Bloomberg Markets and Finance

Soybean prices climb on high demand

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The USDA projects soybean crushers will have a record year for demand and exports.

6 months ago - Bloomberg Markets and Finance

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7 months ago - ETF Trends

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Here’s why soybean futures are hitting highs

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7 months ago - Bloomberg Markets and Finance

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10 months ago - ETF Trends

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