I'm going to check out the funds that dakeyras posted. There are also ETFs for commodities. State Street has one for gold only and REITs. You can look them up here:http://statestreetspdrs.com/precise/libraryBarclays also has GSG and Deutsche Bank has DBC:http://seekingalpha.com/article/14222-barclays-new-commodities-etf-now-tradingHere is a list of commodity ETFs and ETNs:http://seekingalpha.com/article/30369-commodity-etfs-and-etnsDisclaimer: I haven't investigated any of these, but I intend to. I'm only hoping I can find one that excludes energy, since I hold energy in a specialty energy fund. (Some of them seem to be heavily weighted into energy.) Maybe if I buy one ETF for all the metals (making sure it includes copper), and another for agriculture, I can continue with my energy fund.2old
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