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RICI® Index Monthly Performance Update

Rogers International Commodity Index®
March 2017
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Overview of the RICI® Methodology

Summary of the Rogers International Commodity Index® Methodology
1st Quarter 2017
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Commentaries from the Management Team

Commodities: Why Recoveries Typically Persist
By John D. Reese, CEO, January 2017
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Commodities: If You Were Tactical, Now What?
By John D. Reese, CEO, May 2016
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Commodities: An Explanation of Returns (Part 1)
By John D. Reese, CEO, April 2016
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Building the Optimum Commodities Strategy (and How Jim Rogers Got It Right)
By John D. Reese, CEO, February 2016
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Time to Buy Commodities, Relative Performance & Energy
Thoughts from Alan Konn, Managing Director, August 10, 2015
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The Current State of the Commodity Asset Class
Special Discussion with Jim Rogers, by Alan Konn, Managing Director, March 2015
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Why We Like Commodities
By John D. Reese, CEO, January 2015
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Price Asset Management In The News

Only Thing Worse Off Than Oil? Oil Funds
Alan Konn expects oil prices to recover this year. The Wall Street Journal, February 22, 2016
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Commodities are ripe for a rebound
Alan Konn sees ‘plenty of reasons to take a contrarian’ view. MarketWatch, August 27, 2015
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Why copper can’t reclaim its role as leading indicator
Alan Konn points out that the tightening of credit in the Chinese real-estate market has hampered demand for copper. MarketWatch, March 12, 2015
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Newsletters

The Commodity Curve | Asset Class Update
Commodities 2016: So, What's Different Now?, January, 2016
 
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The Commodity Curve | Asset Class Update
Potential Catalyst Right in Front of Us?, May 2015
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Webinars

Oil and Energy in Perspective
The Decline in Oil: It's All About Supply!
with Alan Konn (Managing Director) and Phil Flynn (Sr. Energy Analyst, PRICE Futures Group), May 3, 2017
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Commodities Have Begun Their Recovery
Reasons to be Bullish in the Years Ahead
with John D. Reese (CEO) & Alan Konn (Managing Director), October 11, 2016
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The Crude Oil Comeback
Energy Analysis and the Year Ahead
with Alan Konn (Managing Director) and PRICE Futures Group's Phil Flynn (Energy Specialist), March 8, 2016
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Catalysts for Change
The Opportunity in Commodities
with John D. Reese (CEO) & Alan Konn (Managing Director), October 8, 2015
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Commodities and Energy
The Decline in Crude Oil Prices and Implications for the Year Ahead
with Energy Analyst Phil Flynn of The Price Futures Group, January 2015
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