Top Five Commodity ETFs Of 2010

By: ETFdb
As we put the finishing touches on 2010, the year has shaped up to be one of the most eventful in recent memory for global markets as a number of important events impacted the world economy. Among the events that dominated financial headlines this year were an (ongoing) sovereign debt crisis, the flash crash, a violent volcanic eruption that grounded air traffic for some time in Europe, a major oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, and another wave of quantitative easing aimed to get the U.S. back on track. Equities have struggled to fall into a pattern, as the S&P 500 started the year off around 1,132, and has managed to fight through uncertainty to gain around 100 points on the year. Overall, a 100 point gain seems solid from the outside looking in, but halfway through 2010, the S&P was down 100 points from its opening level, showing [...] Click here to read the original article on Related Stories: Commodity ETFs Skyrocket As Dollar Slides, Inflation Fears Mount Commodity ETF Gamechanger: U.S. Commodity Index Fund (USCI) Launches USCF Files For Three New Commodity ETFs
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