The Aberdeen Standard Bloomberg All Commodity Strategy K-1 Free ETF (BCI) as the name implies, offers exposure to commodity futures without the tax hassle of a K-1, which some investors avoid. The fund is actively-managed, and tries to avoid “negative roll yield,” a well-known problem of passive commodity funds that can substantially erode returns over time. There are several similar strategies on the market, and BCI is among the least expensive. But BCI hasn’t attracted the same assets and trading volume as its larger competitor, the Invesco Optimum Yield Diversified Commodity Strategy No K-1 ETF (PDBC).
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View charts featuring ETF fund flow data.5 Day Net Flows: 0 1 Month Net Flows: 8.06 M 3 Month Net Flows: 83.19 M 6 Month Net Flows: 134.58 M 1 Year Net Flows: 183.31 M 3 Year Net Flows: 263.34 M 5 Year Net Flows: 434.34 M 10 Year Net Flows: 434.34 M
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