If you are interested in TAGS, be sure to use a limit order (do this with any ETF) or call a broker and know that due to its structure it will produce a K-1 tax form. Despite the recent “movement” toward 1940-Act commodity products (usually through a Cayman Islands subsidiary), we haven’t seen issuance in the agriculture space yet. Scantly traded exchange-traded notes are currently the only way to get this K-1-free commodity access, which is quite interesting to me since there are probably a lot of people sitting on losses that they could harvest in the $500 million Invesco DB Agriculture ETF (DBA). Anyway, off my soap box.
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