iPath DJ-UBS Industrial Metals Total Return Sub-Index ETN (JJM) - NYSEARCA
  • Dr. Kris | Send Message 8 Sep 2014

    Market Notes: Old Tech Seeing New Life -- September 8 $DBB, $JJM, $GDX http://seekingalpha.com/p/1xj5h
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      • freeman8201 | Send Message 2 May 2014

        $GSG $OIL $JJM $AA $CENX $BNO $USO are commodity prices to increase in wake of the crisis? Russia has a large oil, gas, and aluminum plants
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        • freeman8201 | Send Message 2 May 2014
          : if import/export sanctions evolve.
          • David Jackson | Send Message 16 Aug 2012

            Skeptical of the inflation scaremongers. Look at industrial commodities - $JJC $LD $JJT $JJU $JJN $JJM weak http://bit.ly/9KLbQ3
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              • ETFdesk | Send Message 3 Dec 2009

                WaysToPlay: Investment guru urges US dollar exodus : Jim Rodgers - Long Commodities http://bit.ly/4Lzz44 $DBO $DBA $GSC $GRU $GSG $JJM $UDN
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                  • ETFdesk | Send Message 23 Nov 2009

                    WaysToPlay: Citi Research: Nightmare on Commodity Street http://bit.ly/8dojI4 $C $BOM $DBB $DJP $JJM $JJN #ETF #MKT #Commodity
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                      • ETFdesk | Send Message 18 Sep 2009

                        WaysToPlay: Recovery Picks Up in China as U.S. Still Ails http://bit.ly/aSApC DBB DJP GSC JJC JJM JJN JJT JJU #ETF #MKT #CHINA #economy
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                          JJM Description
                          The Dow Jones-UBS Industrial Metals Subindex Total ReturnService Mark is a sub-index of the Dow Jones-UBS Commodity Index Total ReturnService Mark and reflects the returns that are potentially available through an unleveraged investment in the futures contracts on physical commodities comprising the Index plus the rate of interest that could be earned on cash collateral invested in specified Treasury Bills. The Index is currently composed of four futures contracts on industrial metals, three of which (aluminum, nickel and zinc) are traded on the London Metal Exchange and the other of which (copper) is traded on the COMEX division of the New York Mercantile Exchange.
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