Teucrium Soybean Fund (SOYB)

NYSEARCA: SOYB · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
28.25
-0.05 (-0.18%)
Nov 30, 2023, 4:00 PM EST - Market closed
-0.18%
Assets $29.14M
Expense Ratio 1.91%
PE Ratio n/a
Shares Out n/a
Dividend (ttm) n/a
Dividend Yield n/a
Ex-Dividend Date n/a
Payout Ratio n/a
1-Year Return +1.80%
Volume 6,429
Open 28.19
Previous Close 28.30
Day's Range 28.19 - 28.28
52-Week Low 23.83
52-Week High 29.43
Beta n/a
Holdings 15
Inception Date Sep 19, 2011

About SOYB

Fund Home Page

The Teucrium Soybean Fund (SOYB) is an exchange-traded fund that is based on the Teucrium Soybean Fund Benchmark index. The fund tracks an index of soybean futures contracts. It reflects the performance of soybeans by holding Chicago Board of Trade soybean futures contracts with three different expiration dates. SOYB was launched on Sep 19, 2011 and is issued by Teucrium.

Asset Class Commodity
Category Commodities Focused
Stock Exchange NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol SOYB
ETF Provider Teucrium
Index Tracked Teucrium Soybean Fund Benchmark

Top 10 Holdings

178.32% of assets
Name Symbol Weight
Soybean Future Nov 24 n/a 35.68%
Soybean Future Mar 24 n/a 34.21%
Soybean Future May 24 n/a 28.99%
Goldman Sachs FS Government Instl FGTXX 20.81%
Admacm n/a 17.11%
US BANK MMDA - USBGFS 9 n/a 9.76%
Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. n/a 7.95%
Glencore Funding LLC n/a 7.94%
BROOKFIELD INFRASTRUCTURE HLDG n/a 7.94%
Harley-Davidson Funding Corporation n/a 7.94%
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News

Agricultural Economists Upbeat for 2024 Commodities Outlook

Harsh weather from El Nino has been negatively affecting crop yields for much of the year, but 2024 should bring an improved outlook, according to the November Ag Economists' Monthly Monitor that surv...

Other symbols: CANECORNTAGSWEAT
2 days ago - ETF Trends

China's Appetite for Grains Keeps Soybean, Wheat Demand Afloat

Different parts of the world have been dealing with harsh weather challenges presented by El Niño this year. Nonetheless, soybean sales were still able to reach a yearly high while wheat stays afloat ...

Other symbols: WEAT
9 days ago - ETF Trends

World Food Price Index Falls in October Along With Commodities

Severe climate conditions constraining supply of certain agricultural commodities weren't enough to push food prices higher through the month of October. That's according to data from the United Natio...

Other symbols: CANECORNTAGSWEAT
22 days ago - ETF Trends

Soybean Prices Stay Steady as 2023 Harvest Comes to a Close

Soybean prices have been staying steady as the 2023 harvest starts coming to a close. Continued demand from China should help keep prices afloat, while Brazil prays for rain.

4 weeks ago - ETF Trends

Crops Expert Sees Low Margin for Error on Soybeans, Corn

Both corn and soybean prices have been feeling downward pressure all year, leaving little room for error when it comes to crop yield, as one crops expert noted in a Farm Ranch Guide report. Despite ha...

Other symbols: CORN
6 weeks ago - ETF Trends

Argentina Drought Should Keep Wheat, Soybean Prices Afloat

Argentina's drought is putting pressure on soybean and wheat prices. Further cuts in supply should help keep prices afloat for both commodities.

Other symbols: WEAT
7 weeks ago - ETF Trends

Stronger-Than-Expected Supply Pushing Corn, Soybean Lower

Stronger-than-expected supply should continue to push corn and soybean prices lower. This may put these commodities in an area of value for traders.

Other symbols: CANECORN
2 months ago - ETF Trends

Wheat Prices See More Downward Pressure After Bumper Harvest

Russia, a top exporter in wheat, is coming off a bumper harvest, which should inject a healthy supply that could put downward pressure on prices. It's welcome news for consumers, but traders may want ...

Other symbols: CANECORNTAGSWEAT
2 months ago - ETF Trends

Harsh Weather Is Keeping Food Prices Elevated

High food prices aren't relenting and harsh weather conditions should continue to keep them elevated. This could spell opportunities in agricultural commodities.

Other symbols: CANECORNTAGSWEAT
2 months ago - ETF Trends

Drought in India Could Push These Commodities ETFs Higher

Drought has been plaguing the country of India this year, putting upward price pressure on agricultural commodities like sugar, corn, and soybeans. It's not just a lack of rain that's been an issue.

Other symbols: CANECORN
3 months ago - ETF Trends

Push for Food Security in China Could Affect Ag Commodities

In addition to re-injecting growth into its economy, China is looking to bolster its food security after harsh weather conditions hit key crops like wheat. The second-largest economy had bright prospe...

Other symbols: CANECORNTAGSWEAT
3 months ago - ETF Trends

Cooler, Wetter August Could Temper Corn, Soybean Prices

Bullish traders looking for the current drought to extend into the rest of 2023 might not get what they wished for if a colder, wetter August plays out. As such, this could temper prices for corn and ...

Other symbols: CORN
4 months ago - ETF Trends

Wheat Trends Higher After Black Sea Grain Deal Ends

The Russia-Ukraine conflict continues to escalate after an extension of the Black Sea grain deal was nixed. In the meantime, wheat futures rose, bringing delight to traders bullish on the commodity.

Other symbols: CANECORNTAGSWEAT
4 months ago - ETF Trends

Global Food Crisis Could Keep Ag Commodities Afloat

One of the key movers in agricultural commodities prices is the Black Sea Grain Deal, which Russia is threatening to abandon. An even bigger picture, however, is the global food crisis, which could po...

Other symbols: CANECORNTAGSWEAT
4 months ago - ETF Trends

Why Russia's decision to halt grain deal is stirring global inflation worries

Russia's decision Monday to suspend the Black Sea Grain Initiative led to a short-lived rally in the wheat and corn markets, but concerns over global supplies of key commodities from Russia and Ukrain...

Other symbols: CORNWEAT
4 months ago - Market Watch

Soybean ETFs Continue To Rally After Surprise USDA Report

Following a banner day for U.S. soybean futures, which rocketed about 6% higher on Friday after the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) reported a significantly lower-than-expected 2023 soy planting...

Other symbols: CANECORNTAGS
5 months ago - ETF Trends

Agricultural Commodities Could Face a Volatile Summer

Agricultural commodities could see a volatile summer, which opens opportunities for short-term traders, particularly if a bullish backdrop ensues. A confluence of factors, namely geopolitical and mete...

Other symbols: CANECORNTAGSWEAT
5 months ago - ETF Trends

U.S. Wheat, Corn, and Soybean Exports Could Fall This Summer

As geopolitical forces play out on agricultural commodities in Ukraine, fewer domestic exports from the U.S. this summer could also weigh on prices, particularly when it comes to wheat, corn, and soyb...

Other symbols: CORNWEAT
6 months ago - ETF Trends

Soybean futures look to settle at highest since mid-May after USDA data

Soybean futures were on track Friday to settle higher for a fourth straight session, at their highest since mid-May. The U.S. Department of Agriculture left its forecasts for domestic soybean producti...

6 months ago - Market Watch

China's Shift From Corn to Wheat Could Hamper Imports

The second-largest economy is making use of its wheat surplus. China is shifting from corn to wheat for its animal feed market, which could hamper corn imports.

Other symbols: CORNWEAT
6 months ago - ETF Trends

Record Harvests Could Apply Downward Pressure on Soybean Prices

A record soybean harvest could continue to put downward pressure on soybean prices. Year-to-date, soybean futures contracts via the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) exchange are down about 10%.

6 months ago - ETF Trends

Geopolitical grains: Utilizing agricultural ETFs in a time of oversupply

Despite Russia mulling a pivotal deadline that could affect the global grain supply, one expert doesn't see a disruption to the downturn in commodity prices.

Other symbols: CANECORNTAGSWEAT
7 months ago - CNBC

History Could Hint at a Commodities Supercycle Ahead

Despite an uptick in commodities prices amid rising inflation, there could be a commodities supercycle ahead. At least, there could be if history repeats itself, according to a Visual Capitalist blog.

Other symbols: CANECORNTAGSWEAT
7 months ago - ETF Trends

Recession Woes Could Push Agricultural Commodities Higher

Recession fears continue to amplify in the capital markets, but this could push commodities higher, particularly those of the agricultural variety. The U.S. Federal Reserve has been in a dogfight with...

Other symbols: TAGSCANECORNWEAT
7 months ago - ETF Trends

Varying Production in South America Has Push-Pull Effect on Soybean Prices

Soybean investors are having to deal with the push and pull dichotomy of South America as different countries will be experiencing various production outputs. Nonetheless, this offers traders the vola...

8 months ago - ETF Trends