SOYB - Teucrium Soybean Fund
|Trading Day||April 20|
|Day's Range||21.94 - 22.13|
|52-Week Range||13.27 - 22.13|
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 |
|Inception Date |
Sep 19, 2011
|Ticker Symbol |
|Index Tracked |
CBOT Soybean Futures
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What You Need to Know About Soybean Futures in 2021
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The Soybean ETF has hit a new 52-week high. Are more gains in store?
Record U.S. Soybean Crush Won't Put a Lid On High Prices
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.
Soybean Growers Look To Plant More in 2021
For the past two years, soybean growers have responded to adverse weather by planting fewer acres. That could change next year as strong demand and higher prices make planting more look lucrative.
U.S. Soybean Exports Falling As China Switches Suppliers
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China's Appetite for U.S. Soybeans Starts to Slacken
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China Demand Sends U.S. Soybean Prices Surging
It's a case of supply and demand: U.S. soybean production is projected at its lowest level in more than a decade while orders for the crop are spiking. Consumers and traders can expect higher prices for...
U.S. Soybean Prices Booming Thanks to Chinese Demand
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.
Inventories are clearly tightening for one of the most important agricultural commodities in the world.
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...
By Jim Wiederhold, Associate Director, Commodities and Real Assets, S&P Dow Jones Indices Only a few months ago, it seemed that global soybean supplies were more than ample, and in the case of the U.S.,...
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.
U.S. soybean futures hit 27-month high on heavy demand
U.S. soybean producers may face uncertainty in crop production and Brazil’s record harvest. Insights via @CME Group: https://openmarkets.cmegroup.com/quicktake?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=paid_social&...
Soybean prices climb on high demand
The USDA projects soybean crushers will have a record year for demand and exports.
A soybean-related exchange traded fund has been gaining momentum, with soy prices touching a two-year high on Friday, as China ramps up purchases of U.S. exports. The Teucrium Soybean Fund (NYSEArca: SO...
Soybean and corn ETFs have been gaining on the back of U.S. storm damage and increased Chinese demand.
The Teucrium Soybean Fund (NYSEArca: SOYB) isn’t the first commodities exchange traded product investors think of, but it may be one they should consider as 2021 draws closer. U.S. soybeans are now comp...
Here’s why soybean futures are hitting highs
Demand for U.S. soybeans depends on two factors: exports and domestic crush.
Weather concerns initiated a rally in corn, soybean and wheat ETFs.
U.S. agricultural ETFs have been displaying a favorable trend lately thanks to unfavorable weather.
Agriculture-related exchange traded funds were among the leaders on Tuesday after the United States Department of Agriculture revealed a smaller-than-expected estimate on the acreage of planted corn for...
As many investors were concerned about how ongoing risks could affect the equity market, a soybean-focused ETF has been attracting greater attention on recovering global demand, notably from China.
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.
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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...
The US / China Trade War dominated headlines in 2019, drawing investor attention to a vitally important but often understated market segment: US Agriculture.
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.
We highlight the soybean ETF that can grow as China increases its purchases from the United States.
Nearby resistance levels on the charts suggest that key agricultural commodities could be gearing up to make a move lower again.