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VanEck Agribusiness ETF

VanEck Agribusiness ETF (MOO)

71.54
-0.58
(-0.80%)
Closed July 20 4:00PM
71.51
-0.03
(-0.04%)
After Hours: 7:59PM

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Key stats and details

Current Price
71.54
Bid
-
Ask
-
Volume
50,887
71.22 Day's Range 71.97
68.70 52 Week Range 88.00
Market Cap
Previous Close
72.12
Open
71.97
Last Trade
205
@
71.54
Last Trade Time
Financial Volume
$ 3,653,047
VWAP
71.7874
Average Volume (3m)
51,380
Shares Outstanding
11,950,000
Dividend Yield
-
PE Ratio
-7.57
Earnings Per Share (EPS)
-8.46
Revenue
32.49M
Net Profit
-101.12M

About VanEck Agribusiness ETF

The investment seeks to replicate as closely as possible, before fees and expenses, the price and yield performance of the MVIS Global Agribusiness Index. The fund normally invests at least 80% of its total assets in securities that comprise the funds benchmark index. The index includes equity secur... The investment seeks to replicate as closely as possible, before fees and expenses, the price and yield performance of the MVIS Global Agribusiness Index. The fund normally invests at least 80% of its total assets in securities that comprise the funds benchmark index. The index includes equity securities of companies that generate at least 50% of their revenues from agri-chemicals, animal health and fertilizers, seeds and traits, from farm/irrigation equipment and farm machinery, aquaculture and fishing, livestock, cultivation and plantations and trading of agricultural products. It is non-diversified. Show more

Sector
Mgmt Invt Offices, Open-end
Industry
Mgmt Invt Offices, Open-end
Website
Headquarters
Wilmington, Delaware, USA
Founded
1970
VanEck Agribusiness ETF is listed in the Mgmt Invt Offices, Open-end sector of the American Stock Exchange with ticker MOO. The last closing price for VanEck Agribusiness ETF was $72.12. Over the last year, VanEck Agribusiness ETF shares have traded in a share price range of $ 68.70 to $ 88.00.

VanEck Agribusiness ETF currently has 11,950,000 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of VanEck Agribusiness ETF is $861.83 million. VanEck Agribusiness ETF has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -7.57.

MOO Latest News

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PeriodChangeChange %OpenHighLowAvg. Daily VolVWAP
10.81.1309018942670.7473.3270.464166671.85374689SP
41.492.1270521056470.0573.3268.74253770.40218484SP
120.040.055944055944171.575.1468.75138071.96651818SP
26-0.33-0.45916237651371.8775.745268.76125772.30628124SP
52-13.54-15.914433474485.088868.76375775.16044735SP
156-17.41-19.572793704388.95109.1968.710778689.86355429SP
2604.66.8718255153966.94109.1942.529688884.83109632SP

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MOO Discussion

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BottomBounce BottomBounce 9 months ago
China is Now Painting Meat - Why?
$MOO
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 12 years ago
Scoreboard for the week: +2.48%
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 13 years ago
Nothing exciting during holiday time...
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 13 years ago
$50 is resistance seemingly...
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 13 years ago
For the week: -8.13%... careful!
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 13 years ago
For the week: -2.12%
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 13 years ago
TY... The link to your report from FOX News:

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/03/04/food-farm-exports-record-year/
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 13 years ago
-1.65% is the scorecard for the week...
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olivernoyes olivernoyes 13 years ago
On Friday March 4, 2011, 12:54 pm EST

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Federal officials are expecting a record year for U.S. agriculture exports.

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says farm and food products are expected to reach a record $135.5 billion in fiscal year 2011, which ends in September.

Vilsack told The Associated Press that U.S. agriculture may have its best export year ever. Compared to fiscal 2010, export value is expected to grow 25 percent.

Vilsack spoke Friday in Tampa at the Commodity Classic, a large convention and trade show for the U.S. corn, soybean, wheat, and sorghum industries that draws some 4,500 farmers from around the nation.
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 13 years ago
My friends, for the week: +4%!!!
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 13 years ago
Food/ag investments... only way to go 'cuz everybody eats.
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 14 years ago
A drop to test the MA50 is cause for a good day today on big volume. This may be a December to remember... the market will tell us, as usual!!!
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 14 years ago
Nothing but up for quite some time... strong trend.
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 14 years ago
'Bout time you came back!!! All the best!
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Stock Stock 14 years ago
MOO charts

it almost doubled since I posted about it. Not sure I want it any more



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Pro-Life Pro-Life 14 years ago
Looks like the old high will be challenged.
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cnusa cnusa 14 years ago
Moo,

I think with the Russian wheat problems .. The stocks in Moo could rise. I bought some today... Go Moo !
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 14 years ago
A bottom here under the MA40 weekly???
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 14 years ago
What a difference a month makes for MOO... and yet, food and energy consumer prices are up some 18 - 19% since early 2009... weird.
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 14 years ago
Agreed... the chart is really good...
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rt20 rt20 14 years ago
MOO over 44.00 this morning after Terra (TRA) takeover news yesterday and Deere (DE) posted better than expected earnings.

On its way to $50.00
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 14 years ago
There is a food crisis going on... agribusiness is on the way up... the next leg up seems to be underway.
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rt20 rt20 14 years ago
Everybody loaded up?

MOO up today with HOD of 42.73

Hows that chart looking?
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rt20 rt20 14 years ago
Biggest holding POT taking a hit today on earnings. doubled down. in for the long haul.
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 14 years ago
And probably beyond as this is in a supercycle headed up.
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rt20 rt20 14 years ago
Well what the hey. Finally took up a position in the mid 42's. Could have got in at the low 42's but hope to ride to 50.
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 14 years ago
All the fundamentals point to higher - much higher - prices longer term... this fund seems to be tracking what is seen in the futures markets but my very strong belief is that a powerful U-turn will happen.
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rt20 rt20 14 years ago
Under 43.00 again and back up.
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rt20 rt20 14 years ago
anybody else?
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rt20 rt20 14 years ago
Close to buy time here.
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 15 years ago
Up 8% for the week for a food/ag play... everyone eats, right??? Just can't go wrong here -

BTW, did you know we have a World Food Crisis board her at i-Hub???

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/board.aspx?board_id=16715
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rt20 rt20 15 years ago
Big moves going on here.

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rt20 rt20 15 years ago
Not a problem!

Looks like POT and MOS, two of this ETF's biggest holdings, are getting a lot of action PM. this ETF may take off!
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 15 years ago
This post is surprisingly inspiring to me... thank you for stopping by and leaving a message... I gave you member/person mark #2... only the highest and best.
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rt20 rt20 15 years ago
Board marked.

Chart looks to be retracing to $42 level and I am consider entering under that.

"Agri-Food Thoughts" by Ned W. Schmidt, CFA, CEBS


http://www.financialsense.com/editorials/schmidt/2009/1215.html

Over the coming decade the global population will expand faster than the world’s ability to feed that population. A world short of Agri-Food is more likely than any time in a century.
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 15 years ago
Food and water... everyone needs them... fund allocation added to the i-Box.
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 15 years ago
This stock/fund has doubled since late last year. Can ya go wrong with food???
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 15 years ago
Food and water... super mega trends!!!
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 15 years ago
Still in the uptrending channel...
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 15 years ago
Still on a steady upward march.
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LCrigger LCrigger 15 years ago
The Future of Agribusiness Isn't Golden... And That's A Good Thing
By Brad Zigler

Just pointing out Brad Zigler's latest over at Hard Assets Investor. From the article (excerpt):

""Good as gold" is a phrase that's meant to assure the listener of an item's intrinsic worth. Lately, you wouldn't have used that idiom to describe agribusiness. No, you'd have to say that agribusiness is actually better than gold.

Agribusiness, represented by the Market Vectors Agribusiness ETF (NYSE Arca: MOO), has been outperforming the bullion-holding SPDR Gold Shares Trust (NYSE Arca: GLD) since late February. The Market Vectors portfolio tracks 44 global firms making up the DAXglobal Agribusiness Index. Index constituents include companies producing agricultural chemicals and farm equipment, livestock operations and biofuels manufacturers. The index roster is populated with large-capitalization issues such as Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan (NYSE: POT), Archer Daniels Midland Co. (NYSE: ADM) and Komatsu Ltd. (Pink Sheets: KMTUF) as well as smaller outfits including Maple Leaf Foods, Inc. (Pink Sheets: MLFNF) and The Andersons, Inc. (Nasdaq: ANDE).

Year-to-date, the agribusiness ETF has gained 10.3% compared with a barely perceptible 0.9% inching up in the gold trust's price."

The full article's available here: http://www.hardassetsinvestor.com/component/content/article/3/1548-a-good-thing-agribusiness-future-isnt-golden.html?Itemid=39
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LCrigger LCrigger 15 years ago
Great! Glad you found it useful! While I'm at it, Brad actually wrote a follow-up to this article on Friday, looking at how Bunge Ltd in particular may have boosted MOO. That article's at http://www.hardassetsinvestor.com/component/content/article/3/1524-bunge-leads-agribusiness-breakout-.html?Itemid=39. May be worth checking out, too!
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 15 years ago
That post is a great contribution here... thanks for bringing it to us!!!
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LCrigger LCrigger 15 years ago
The MOOve Toward Commodity Stocks--by Brad Zigler

Just wanted to point out Brad Zigler's latest on MOO, "The MOOve Toward Commodity Stocks", from www.HardAssetsInvestor.com (excerpt):

"There's been tension building between commodity investors for some time now. One camp figures the futures market is the best place to trade, while the other advocates commodity stocks.

The equity players' position has been bolstered by recent buoyancy in stock prices as commodities have slowly simmered. The boiling point may well be nigh, though.

Wednesday, the Market Vectors Agribusiness ETF (NYSE Arca: MOO), an exchange-traded portfolio tracking the 44-member DAXglobal Agribusiness Index, scored its highest close since the retracement of last year's commodity tumble began. Ending the day at $30.73, the Market Vectors ETF punched through a critical resistance level that could lead to a run-up to the $40 level."

Rest of the article and charts available here: http://www.hardassetsinvestor.com/component/content/article/3/1521-the-moove-towards-commodity-stocks.html?Itemid=39
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 15 years ago
Everybody must eat!!! MOO
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 15 years ago
MOO is climbing nice and steady...
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 15 years ago
Looks like a reverse head and shoulders in the chart... up this goes I think!!!
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Pro-Life Pro-Life 15 years ago
World Facing ‘Enormous’ Food Challenge as Water Scarcity Looms

By Alex Morales

Jan. 29 (Bloomberg) -- The world is facing an “enormous” challenge to feed a growing population because climate change is altering rainfall patterns and fresh water is becoming scarcer, the U.K. government’s top scientist said.

Governments need to boost spending on agricultural research and reconsider options such as genetically-modified foods, which have been historically rejected by consumers in Europe, John Beddington told the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee.

“We have at the global level a genuine issue of world food shortage,” Beddington told lawmakers. “Can you feed 9 billion people by 2050 in some form of equitable and sustainable way?”

A 60 percent rise in food prices from early 2007 until mid- 2008 caused riots in countries including Cameroon, Haiti and Egypt. United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in June that as much as $20 billion a year was needed to invest in agriculture to tackle the issue.

The challenge is to grow more food, maybe 50 percent more in two decades “and doubling in four decades on less land because of urbanization, climate change and so on; with less water, and probably using less fertilizers and less pesticides” than before, Beddington said late yesterday. “It’s an enormous challenge.”

The problem for the U.K. is less pressing because the country is “relatively prosperous” and can buy food on the world market, the scientist said.

Genetically-Modified Crops

One challenge for European countries is to overcome aversion among consumers to genetically-modified, or GM, crops, he said. That aversion may be because when the technology was first used, its purpose was mainly to cut costs rather than solve “difficult problems” such as more frequent drought, saltier soils and declining rainfall, he said.

“GM is not the only answer but it may well be a part of an answer to a number of very difficult problems,” Beddington said. “If it can solve the problem, we need to be thinking about it.”

The scientist said the use of GM cotton in clothing is now “ubiquitous” and that GM foods are eaten in the U.S. and other nations outside Europe.

“I understand this is a behavioral response that something you put on your shoulders is a lot less of a concern than something you put in your mouth,” Beddington said. Still, “GM is being eaten widely throughout the world and we’ve not had indications of major problems.”

To contact the reporter on this story: Alex Morales in London at amorales2@bloomberg.net

Last Updated: January 29, 2009 06:45 EST
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frenchee frenchee 16 years ago
"One sector that I continue to follow closely is agribusiness, which technically argues for upside continuation from a base-like pattern structure that has developed since early October. A hurdle of key resistance at 29.25/75 in the Market Vectors Agribusiness ETF (AMEX: MOO) should trigger upside continuation towards 35.00-36.00 thereafter.

Perhaps such a move in the MOO will be a reflection of global food deficits going forward and/or weather-related crop failures that enable agribusiness names. Whatever the case, as long as the MOO remains above its upturning 50 DMA (now at 25.43), I will be "friendly" to the sector."

--Mike Paulenoff

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Stock Stock 16 years ago
Everybody wants gold? How about food? Can't eat gold.
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