More NewsBarclays Stockbrokers Targets Investors Seeking Access to Commodities

Barclays Stockbrokers Targets Investors Seeking Access to Commodities

With demand for commodities at an all time high, Barclays Stockbrokers has announced the launch of a new investment note giving investors access to a range of commodities; these include energy, precious metals, base metals, and agricultural and livestock. The Diversified Commodity Investment Note is linked to the growth of a basket of commodities and is designed to produce 130% of any rise in value along with repayment of capital if held for the full five-year term. The company claims that this five-year note offers investors the opportunity to capitalise on the continuation of commodity price inflation while diversifying their portfolios away from traditional equity-based investments. Investments can start from £500 and can be held within a self select ISA or SIPP.

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