JJG tracks an index of futures on three grains: corn, soybeans, and wheat. The contracts can vary in maturity, from one to five months, at any given time. While the note tracks the same three grains as our segment benchmark, it weights them differently—the benchmark is production-weighted, while JJG is weighted by both production and liquidity.
At the time we recommended JJG, the stock was selling at just over $28.00 per share. We concluded that owning shares in JJG is an excellent way to own an interest in Food Production. Therefore, given its focus on Agriculture and Water, it provides some downside protection against substantial Market and/or Economic downturns going forward.
As we write, shares are trading above $48.00. That’s about a 70% profit. But we believe in taking profits when we have them. Therefore, we offer this recommendation.
Recommendation to Consider:
Sell Half of your holdings of iPath Bloomberg Grains SubTR ETN (JJG) at $48.00 per share or better.
December 12, 2018
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