Investing in Commodities

Investors wishing to diversify risk may opt to hedge their bets by allocating a portion of their portfolios to commodities. Be it the purchase of physical raw commodities, such as precious metal bullion, or investing in futures contracts or exchange-traded products that track a specific commodity index, the commodities market is a highly volatile one, so invest with caution.

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Summaries

How Anyone Can Invest Profitably in the World

Jim Rogers

Random House, 2004

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Profiting from Gold's Impending Collapse

Yoni Jacobs

Wiley, 2012

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Demystifying Gold Investing

John Katz and Frank Holmes

Wiley, 2008

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Antti Belt and Steven Kok

Boston Consulting Group, 2018

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The Essential Safe Haven Investment for Every Portfolio

Jonathan Spall

McGraw-Hill, 2009

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How to Keep Your Portfolio Up When the Market is Down

Peter D. Schiff

Wiley, 2008

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Galina Hale et al.

FRBSF, 2018

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The Nontraditional Investments That Drive the World’s Best-Performing Portfolios

Bob Rice

HarperBusiness, 2013

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Mining and Metals Firms and the Slowing of the Supercycle

Christopher Clague

EIU, 2013

8
How Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and Other Financial Institutions Are Speculating With Food at the Expense of the Poorest

Foodwatch

Foodwatch, 2011

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