GSGiShares S&P GSCI Commodity Indexed Trust
GSG Fund Description
GSG uses index futures contracts to gain exposure to a production-weighted index of front-month commodities futures contracts.
GSG Factset Analytics Insight
GSG is a commodity pool tracking a version of the S&P GSCI, giving it fairly neutral exposure to the broad energy commodities market. Instead of holding contracts in the underlying commodities, GSG only holds long-dated contracts on the GSCI itself, as well as sometimes quite substantial cash and T-Bill assets. The fund has exposure to the same commodities in the same weights. These commodities are weighted by reference to world production statistics. Only contracts sufficient liquidity are eligible. GSG offers great coverage of plain vanilla broad commodities. As a commodity pool, GSG reports any cap gains marked to market on a K-1 at a blended rate.
GSG Portfolio Data
GSG Index Data
GSG Portfolio Management
GSG Tax Exposures
GSG Fund Structure
GSG Factset Analytics Block Liquidity
This measurement shows how easy it is to trade a $1 million USD block of GSG. GSG is rated a 5 out of 5.
GSG Sector Breakdown
GSG Top 10 Targeted Commodity Weights[View All]
GSG Tenor Strategy
GSG invests solely in front-month futures contracts. This means that the fund will be particularly sensitive to changes in spot prices, but may be priced higher or lower than spot, sometimes dramatically.
GSG Rolling Strategy
GSG rolls contracts over the course of the 6th to the 9th business day each month.
GSG Performance Statistics
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