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Happens to Be Good Time to Consider HAP
25 July 2022
This year, the market is awash in faltering equity strategies, leaving investors to decide between bad, less bad, and downright ugly. Owing to persistent inflation, commodities and natural resources e...
4 Global ETFs Offer Natural Resources Exposure
21 June 2022
They're all outperforming broad equity markets year to date.
Natural Resources: Rich with Inflation-Hedging Properties
29 March 2022
Summary While stronger demand has fueled a sustained commodity price rally since the doldrums of the pandemic in 2020, the news of Russia's invasion of Ukraine sent commodity prices soaring to new hig...
Real Inflation Risk Requires Real Assets
30 November 2021
Many investors have never experienced the destructive portfolio impact that high inflation can inflict. Investors last faced inflation risk in the early-to-mid 2000s, with the most notable bout of inf...
Some Energy Companies Have More ESG Traits Than Meet the Eye
27 October 2021
Many investors believe that traditional fossil fuels producers shouldn't reside in environmental, social, and governance (ESG) funds because, well, many investors believe that old guard energy compani...
There's Still Value to Be Had in the Energy Sector
21 October 2021
The energy sector is the best-performing group in the S&P 500 this year, and that's benefiting a plethora of exchange traded funds. As its name implies, the VanEck Vectors Natural Resources ETF (HAP) ...
Basic Materials: One Of The Best Sectors To Play
11 February 2021
The basic materials sector is relatively small when you only consider dividend-paying companies. The basic materials sector is best for growth investors. APD has found an interesting way to position i...
Natural Resources ETFs: The Old-School Way to Play ESG Policies
10 December 2020
One surprising clean energy ETF angle to play when it comes to a new presidential administration is the VanEck Vectors Natural Resources ETF (HAP). The obvious play has been to hop onboard the environ...
Miners set to plunge at the open; copper hits four-year low
18 March 2020
Mining stocks are set to suffer today from tumbling metal prices, as stimulus measures fail to improve investor confidence over the rapidly deteriorating global economic outlook.Among broad global min