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Old 09-23-2016, 01:28 PM   #1
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Low Cost Index Fund for Commodities

I will be rolling over my 401K to my traditional IRA soon. I've migrated all of our asset styles to low cost index funds over the years, e.g. IVV, IVW, VB, VWO, SCZ, IVV, VTV, VEA, VNQ, as we are DIY index fund investors dedicated to low ER's. The only asset category that I cannot seem to locate a suitable low cost ETF for is Commodities. Our Commodity exposure is presently in PRNEX, in my 401K. We do have some XLB, but I think that is a bit too specific to replace PRNEX. I'd like to find a less expensive Commodity fund then PRNEX, which has been an otherwise decent fund, but has an ER of .67%. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks in advance.

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Old 09-23-2016, 05:07 PM   #2
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In his book, Hot Commdities, Jim Rogers recommended RIO (Rio Tinto), as a way to get broad commodity exposure, plus you've got the equity premium going for you.
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