U.S. ETFs Sorted By Total Net Assets
Can indexes deliver lower costs onto the fallow field of
active management? The authors say yes.
CalPERS Goes Fundamental
Bogle asks: Is your fund manager earning a return on your capital ... or theirs?
The much-anticipated Deutsche Bank Commodity Index Tracking Fund (DBC) began trading on the American Stock Exchange (AMEX) in February. The fund tracks a custom commodities index created by Deutsche Bank, which consists of six commodities futures contracts at the following weights:
• Light, sweet crude oil (35 percent)
• Heating oil (20 percent)
• Aluminum (12.5 percent)
• Corn (12.5 percent)
• Wheat (12.5 percent)
• Gold (10 percent)