WEAT - Teucrium Wheat Fund
|Trading Day||April 20|
|Day's Range||6.38 - 6.58|
|52-Week Range||4.85 - 6.58|
The investment seeks for changes in the Shares" NAV to reflect the daily changes of the price of wheat for future delivery, as measured by the Teucrium Wheat 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 used to trade Wheat Futures Contracts and invest in cash and cash equivalents.
|Asset Class |
|Inception Date |
Sep 19, 2011
|Ticker Symbol |
|Index Tracked |
CBOT Wheat Futures
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,...
Global Wheat Prices Spike Amid a New Russian Export Tax
Russia announced plans to tax wheat exports in an effort to moderate domestic food prices. But with global commodity prices already high, other countries may source their imports elsewhere.
Agricultural-related exchange traded funds have been gaining momentum as favorable fundamentals from both the supply and demand outlook help lift commodity prices. Falling inventory levels of U.S. grain...
Why Are Wheat Prices Surging?
Drought in the U.S. Southern Plains, a smaller-than-expected crop and high export demand is driving up prices for grain. How long will this last?
Agriculture-related ETFs have been seeing significant movement lately, as crops are on a tear due to a global, coronavirus-induced supply shortage. With the coronavirus continuing to ravage the globe, i...
This wheat ETF hits a new 52-week high. Are more gains in store for this ETF?
Will Wheat Be in Short Supply Come Spring?
A drought that has crept across the U.S. plains threatens to decimate next year's wheat harvest. The crop could bounce back, but it might be time to plan for a smaller-than-normal harvest.
Nearby support levels and bullish crossovers suggest that agriculture commodities are worth watching over the final months of 2020.
Drought, uncertainty on wheat crop pushes prices up
Wheat has seen a poor start to the growing season in the Southern Plains while Russia and others have reduced their production estimates. Insights via @CME Group: https://www.cmegroup.com/openmarkets/qu...
A wheat-related exchange traded fund jumped Thursday, with wheat prices hovering around their highest level in over five years, as scorching hot weather dries up the grain fields. Among the best perform...
Global wheat prices up on dry weather in Black Sea region
Export prices in Russia increased 18% for wheat from August to October.
Weather concerns initiated a rally in corn, soybean and wheat ETFs.
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...
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.
These agricultural items witnessed strong demand amid the coronavirus-led lockdowns across the globe.
Agricultural or soft commodity ETFs have been outperforming the broader market.
Agriculture traders honed in on the wheat ETF, Tuesday, as prices spiked in response to a number of supply side concerns that are piling in all at once.
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...
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 some agricultural ETFs who could be major gainers from the recently signed US-Japan trade deal.
A rainy start to the planting season set farmers week behind schedule. The adverse weather is now acting as a catalyst for higher prices over the weeks or months ahead.
Agricultural commodities are surging this month buoyed by bad weather conditions that wreaked havoc in the major growing regions of the crops, delaying the crop plantations.
Nearby resistance on the charts of major agriculture commodities suggests that the bears will regain control of the long-term trend.