Teucrium Wheat Fund (WEAT)
|5.22 - 5.35
|Sep 19, 2011
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The Teucrium Wheat Fund (WEAT) is an exchange-traded fund that is based on the Teucrium Wheat Fund Benchmark index. The fund tracks an index of wheat futures contracts. It reflects the performance of wheat by holding Chicago Board of Trade wheat futures contracts with three different expiration dates. WEAT was launched on Sep 19, 2011 and is issued by Teucrium.
Top 10 Holdings166.37% of assets
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