ETFs para protegerse de la inflacion:
IEZ: This ETF invests in companies that are suppliers of equipment or services to oil fields and offshore oil platforms, such as drilling, exploration, engineering, logistics, and platform construction. IEZ has more than 40 individual holdings, including companies like Schlumberger and Halliburton. Companies engaged in activities related to oil drilling often see increases in demand for their services during periods of high inflation.
MOO: This ETF invests in companies that generate the majority of their revenues from the business of agriculture, including agricultural chemicals, operations, equipment, and livestock. The legendary Jim Rogers recently advised investors to “sell your houses, move to Saskatchewan, buy a tractor and some farmland, and start farming,” as he anticipates an “inflation holocaust” sending agriculture prices skyrocketing.
GDX: This ETF invests in companies engaged in mining for gold, and has significant holdings in Canada, South Africa, the U.S., Australia, the UK, and Peru. Since gold generally performs very well in inflationary environments, companies engaged in its discovery tend to see increases in revenue as well [see also Three Reasons Why Gold Is Overvalued].
HAP: This ETF tracks an index developed in conjunction with famed commodity investor Jim Rogers, and invests in companies engaged in the production and distribution of hard assets and related products and services. HAP’s holdings include companies engaged in the energy, agriculture, precious metals, and industrial metals industries. This ETF has investments in more than 40 countries, with the most significant being the U.S., Canada, and the UK.
TBF: This ETF offers inverse exposure to the Barclays Capital 20+ Year U.S. Treasury Index. Since Treasuries tend to lose value in hyperinflationary environments, this ETF provides an opportunity to profit from drops in value. It is noted that TBF uses complex financial instruments to achieve inverse exposure. As a result, compounding of returns may lead to erosion of returns over extended periods of time. To avoid this, investors should develop and implement a rebalancing plan.
TIP: This ETF invests in Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS). These securities provide protection against inflation because the principal of a TIPS rises with inflation, as measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI). Unlike most traditional fixed income investments, TIP offers a guaranteed real return that will not be eroded in a high inflation environment.
GLD: This ETF invests in and physically stores gold bullion. Gold has historically been a very strong inflation hedge, appreciating in value as investors seek refuge from other depreciating currencies. Unlike equities or bonds, gold has no potential for dividend or interest payments, so any returns will be generated through increases in the market price level of the metal [see also Why No Investor Should Own GLD].
DYY: This ETN offers leveraged exposure to a basket of futures contracts, including wheat, corn, light sweet crude oil, heating oil, gold, and aluminum. In hyperinflationary environments, prices for these commodities can be expected to rise, pushing up the value of this product.
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