What Are Soybeans ETFs?
While there are not any pure play ETFs offering exposure to soybeans, this commodity is included in many broad-based agricultural products. The most popular ag ETF is the PowerShares DB Agriculture Fund (DBA); this product includes a base weight to soybeans of about 12%. Other agricultural ETFs include the UBS E-TRACS CMCI Agriculture ETN (UAG), which includes weightings to soybeans, soybean oil, and soybean oil.
International investors may have more options available to them; ETF Securities offers pure play soybean ETFs, including products delivering inverse and leveraged exposure.
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