ETFs came together with rare earth metals for one of our most popular posts of 2010.
Rare earth metal ETFs are unlike other ETFs, which are organized by pricing shares based on an index or taking a physical position in the underlying metals. Before the post above, Lisa delved into what’s behind the “mine to market concept.
Physically backed base metal ETFs made big news in the latter half of the year, which are much more of interest to our audience than those previously released for precious metals. In this post, Lisa addresses the question: “What about inventory?Â¦
Â¦And here we try to get closer to the answer. (We’re still awaiting the release of the physically backed aluminum, zinc and lead ETFs in early January 2011.)