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This exchange-traded note offers exposure to agricultural commodities, including corn, soybeans, wheat, coffee, cocoa, and several other natural resources. UAG has appeal for investors looking to hedge against inflation or bet on rising food prices, and the diversified nature of the underlying index is appealing. Also attractive is the expense ratio; UAG is considerably cheaper than DBA, the popular agriculture ETF. UAG is a relatively narrow product that is more likely to appeal to those looking to implement a shorter-term tactical tilt than build a long-term, buy-and-hold portfolio, though agricultural exposure has the potential to bring meaningful diversification benefits to a traditional stock-and-bond portfolio. Investors should note that UAG is an ETN, meaning investors are exposed to credit risk from the issuing institution but avoid tracking error that can be potentially significant in certain commodity sectors. Moreover, the tax treatment of commodity ETNs may be more favorable than taxes on ETFs offering generally similar exposure, an issue worth closer investigation for any investors considering a significant position in this asset class. UAG is one of several options for gaining exposure to ags, and is appealing thanks to a competitive expense ratio and balanced exposure, as well as the ETN structure that is often advantageous in this asset class.
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