Teucrium Soybean Fund (SOYB)
|Day's Range||21.58 - 21.72|
|Inception Date||Sep 19, 2011|
The investment seeks to have the daily changes in the Shares" NAV 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.
Top 10 Holdings94.75% of assets
|Soybean Future Jan22||N/A||17.80%|
|Soybean Future Mar22||N/A||15.27%|
|Goldman Sachs FS Government Instl||FGTXX||5.25%|
|Brookfield Infrastructure Holdings Canada Inc 0%||N/A||5.25%|
|First American Government Obligs X||FGXXX||4.96%|
|GENERAL MTRS FINL CO INC 0%||N/A||4.20%|
|Jabil Inc 0%||N/A||2.62%|
|GENERAL MTRS FINL CO INC 0%||N/A||2.62%|
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