Tuesday, October 30, 2007

ETN's by Jimmy

Commodities guru Jim Rogers has set up (well, loaned his name to anyway) four Exchange Traded Notes that invest in a buffet of commodities that one might not normally trade in (i.e. greasy wool!?). There's RJI which is linked to Rogers International Commodity Index total return, RJA for total Agriculture returns, RJN linked to energy commodities, and RJZ for metals linked returns (though Gold carries a lesser weighting than aluminum and copper, which seems fair). Here's a chart of the weightings given per note:

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