When Teucrium launched its Corn ETF (CORN) in June, a common concern was that at 1.72% in net...

|By:, SA News Editor

When Teucrium launched its Corn ETF (CORN) in June, a common concern was that at 1.72% in net expenses plus contango likely eating away at any rise in corn prices, the fund was too pricey. Fast-forward three months later: CORNĀ is up a sultry 32%, six percentage points better than 28% corn-weighted PowerShares DB Agriculture Long ETN (AGF).