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Time to Focus on Commodities: Three Sector ETFs

As geopolitical uncertainty adds fuel to rising inflation, our commodities ETFs offer a simple, uncomplicated strategy to access diversified sectors. Explore our key Equal Weight exposures as of March 152022.

Mar. 15, 2022

Attention advisors looking to capitalize on booming commodities prices

As geopolitical uncertainty adds fuel to rising inflation, our commodities ETFs offer a simple, uncomplicated strategy to access diversified sectors. Explore our key Equal Weight exposures as of March 152022:

ZEO BMO Equal Weight Oil & Gas Index ETF
  • The Russia-Ukraine conflict has put tremendous pressure on an already tight oil and gas markets
  • Energy sector also benefits from reopening trends, such as increased travel
  • Equal weight exposure to large cap Canadian energy stocks allows for unbiased sector play
ZGD BMO Equal Weight Global Gold Index ETF
  • Gold often acts as a safe haven against market volatility, rising inflation and global uncertainty
  • Tailwinds are set to continue through 2022
  • Equal weight exposure to large cap gold mining stocks allows for an unbiased sector play
ZMT BMO Equal Weight Global Base Metals Hedged to CAD Index ETF
  • Economic growth and increased government spending drives demand for many base metals such as copper, lead, nickel and zinc
  • Exposure is currency hedged in order to eliminate U.S. currency exposure
  • Equal weight exposure to large cap base metal stocks allows for an unbiased sector play

Contact your BMO Exchange Traded Funds specialist for more information on how an Equal Weight approach can help you access commodity sectors.

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