Jared Kizer explores the potential benefits and disadvantages when investing in commodities and how they can open your portfolio to more sectors including energy, industrial metals, precious metals, livestock and grains.

While investors may be familiar with direct ownership of commodities like gold and other precious metals, investing in them through financial markets offers a wider range of diversification for your portfolio. In this episode of Buckingham Perspectives, Head of Investment Research Jared Kizer explores the potential benefits and disadvantages when investing in commodities and how they can open your portfolio to more sectors including energy, industrial metals, precious metals, livestock and grains.

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