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My comment is that it seems like you are throwing a lot of #$%#^ at the wall and wanting to see what sticks. You ask about one fund or ETF after another with nothing to help anyone actually answer the question.

Why are you looking for a commodity fund? Do you have a long-term plan? Or are you spending a lot of energy with no end in mind?

Start with the goal. Once you know where you want/need to get, you can start building a plan on how to get there. What risks do you want or need to take? What happens if these risks fail?

Constantly asking about individual funds and ETFs is just going to clutter this board and lead to a lot of confusion. Little will be gained through this process.

I suggest you figure out your long-term goals and then try and create a plan that will help you get there. I also suggest you stop looking for sector plays and focus on the bigger picture.

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