Commodity investing is investing in raw materials that are either consumed directly,
such as food, or used as building blocks to create other products. These materials
include energy sources like oil and gas, natural resources
like timber and agricultural products, or precious metals like gold and platinum.
Stock investing & Commodity investing do not always deliver the same return,
there are times when one investment outperforms the other; maintaining an allocation to each
group may help contribute to a portfolio's overall long-term performance.
Investing in stocks can be very costly if you trade constantly, especially with a minimum amount of money available to invest.