Explanation: Commodity strategy

The term “commodity strategy” refers to an investment strategy that focuses on trading and investing in commodities. Commodities are basic goods that are produced and traded in large quantities and are usually available in standardized form, such as metals, energy, or agricultural commodities.

A commodity strategy can include various approaches such as trading in physical commodities or futures contracts. This is aimed, for example, at diversification, inflation protection and hedging against price fluctuations.

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