Coffee ETF Overview

Perhaps no commodity attracts investors with an 'invest in what you know' mentality more than coffee. After all, 150 million Americans drink coffee daily, and the country imports $5 billion of the beans a year. The coffee segment is home to just a few products relying on tracking front-month futures, or tracking a contract farther out on the curve with the lowest degree of contango.

With 1 ETFs traded in the U.S. markets, Coffee ETFs gather total assets under management of $76.84M. The average expense ratio is 0.45%. Coffee ETFs can be found in the following asset classes:

  • Commodities

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Commodities In Review: July 2019

Agriculture was a bright spot during May.

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Floods & Tariffs Lift Grain ETFs

Why are five of the month's 10 best-performing ETPs corn, soybeans and wheat funds?

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 Commodities In Review: May 2019

March was a rough month for commodities.

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Commodities In Review: April 2019

Coffee took the hardest hit among commodity ETFs.

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Commodities In Review: April 2019

Coffee took the hardest hit among commodity ETFs.

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iPath Commodity ETNs Return To Old Tickers

Ticker tweak latest step toward making a more investor-friendly commodity ETN.

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 Commodities In Review: October 2018

Commodity ETFs had a mixed month in terms of performance.

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 Commodities In Review: August 2018

It was a dismal month for commodity ETFs.

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 Commodities In Review

Tin, natural gas and platinum led the way in January.