Kevin Baum Interview with Tom Lydon
Source: ETF Trends
Past performance does not guarantee future results Investing involves risks, including loss of principal. There is no guarantee that the funds' objectives will be met. Fund concentration generally leads to greater price volatility. Foreign investing involves special risks such as currency fluctuations and political uncertainty.
USCF President & CEO John Love talks to Tom Lydon about “What Commodity Investors Should Look For Ahead”
Source: ETF Trends
Past performance does not guarantee future results.
Investing involves risks, including loss of principal. The market value of shares of common stock can be volatile and change quickly. There is no guarantee that the fund's objective will be met. Fund concentration generally leads to greater price volatility. Foreign investing involves special risks such as currency fluctuations and political uncertainty. Investment in small companies generally experience greater price volatility.
Federal Reserve (Fed)
"USCF Steps Out With 2 New Liquid Alternative Funds – BUY and BUYN" – John Love Interview Live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
In this episode (aired on 10/8/17), host Ron DeLegge talks commodities investing with John Love, CEO @ USCF Investments. Also, Ron shares three strategies for investing in commodities, an asset class that is largely missing from many investment portfolios.
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USCF President and CEO John Love answers the question, “What is an ETF?”
Diversification does not eliminate the risk of experiencing investment losses.
Liquidity: Is defined as the number of shares traded of a stock or ETF on a daily basis.
USCF Rings the Opening Bell at the NYSE to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of UNG!
Oil Industry Trends
The views of USCF Investments and information discussed in this (or piece, commentary, video, etc.) are as of the date of publication (or broadcast), are subject to change, and may not reflect the current views or opinions of management. Diversification does not eliminate the risk of experiencing investment losses.
Contango/Backwardation: Futures curves are similar to the term structure of interest rates, and are sometimes referred to as term structure of futures market. The curve is composed of sequential futures contracts (monthly, quarterly, or annually depending on commodity). If the curve is upward sloping, it is said to be in contango. If the curve is downward sloping, it is said to be in backwardation.
Opening bell ringing at the New York Stock Exchange on July 26, 2016 in celebration of USO’s 10th Anniversary
Source: New York Stock Exchange
Bloomberg Radio Interview:
John P Love President/CEO USCF discussing what impact the recent market volatility has had on the commodity sector.https://www.bloomberg.com/news/audio/2018-02-28/bloomberg-markets-value-bond-picking-commodity-etfs
USCF Investments: 2017 Investing in Oil Outlookhttp://www.etftrends.com/2017/02/uscf-investments-2017-investing-in-oil-outlook/
Fox Business Interview with Liz Clamen:
Rough road ahead for investors bullish on oil? Jul. 26, 2016 - 6:02 - Dorado Energy Services' Elliot Warren, SFG Alternatives' Larry Shover and Seaport Securities' Teddy Weisberg on the outlook for oil prices.http://video.foxbusiness.com/v/5051421904001/?#sp=show-clips
The Index Investing Show Interview:
In this episode, host Ron DeLegge does summer cooking lessons from "Gents with No Cents." PLUS...What's the one asset class missing from most portfolio? Find out during Ron's interview with John Love, President and CEO @ U.S. Commodity Funds. Be sure to check out the just released August 2016 issue of ETFguide PREMIUM by becoming a member at ETFguide.com/newsletterhttps://soundcloud.com/ndexnvestinghow/summer-cooking-lessons-talking-commodities-with-john-love
There is no assurance that the investment process will consistently lead to successful investing. The statements and opinions expressed are of the authors and as of the date of publication. Katie Rooney and John Love are registered representative of ALPS Distributors, Inc. Diversification does not eliminate the risk of experiencing investment loss.