Commodity Funds

Compare Commodity Funds

Commodity funds are investment funds investing directly in a commodity such as gold, oil or silver, or a fund investing in commodity companies in areas like agriculture or energy.

See the table below for commodity funds from leading UK fund managers:

Growth Select Funds - Commodities
Fund ManagerFundFund Manager Initial Charge¹AMC³Select Fund°Fact SheetHow to Invest
BlackRock Gold & General0%1.00%yesFactsheetApply Now >
This is a specialist unit trust which aims to achieve long term capital growth by investing in gold mining and precious metal-related shares. It tends to be volatile and is particularly suitable for diversification in a larger portfolio. See latest fund factsheet for details.
JP Morgan Natural Resources0%0.75%yesFactsheetApply Now >
The Fund aims to invest primarily in the shares of companies throughout the world engaged in the production and marketing of commodities. The fund aims to provide capital growth over the long term.See latest fund factsheet for details.

³AMC is the Annual Management Charge applied by the Fund Manager. 

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