Invesco DB Precious Metals Fund company info

What does Invesco DB Precious Metals Fund do?
Invesco DB Precious Metals Fund (NYSE:DBP) operates within the finance sector, specializing in investment strategies that focus on precious metals. This fund aims to track the performance of the Deutsche Bank Liquid Commodity Index - Optimum Yield Precious Metals Excess Return, investing primarily in futures contracts on some of the most widely recognized and valuable precious metals, including gold and silver. The objective of Invesco DB Precious Metals Fund is to provide investors with exposure to the precious metals market through an investment vehicle that offers potential for capital appreciation. The fund strives to achieve this by leveraging a combination of financial instruments to replicate the index's performance, thereby offering a unique opportunity for diversified investment in the precious metals sector.
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Is Invesco DB Precious Metals Fund a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does Invesco DB Precious Metals Fund employ?

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Employees
5,046

What sector is Invesco DB Precious Metals Fund in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for Invesco DB Precious Metals Fund?

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Head Office
Atlanta, United States

What year was Invesco DB Precious Metals Fund founded?

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Year Founded
2007
What does Invesco DB Precious Metals Fund specialise in?
/Investment Management /Precious Metals /Commodity Exposure /ETF Provider /Portfolio Diversification /Risk Management

What are the products and/or services of Invesco DB Precious Metals Fund?

Overview of Invesco DB Precious Metals Fund offerings
Tracks DBIQ Optimum Yield Precious Metals Index Excess Return: DBP aims to mirror the performance of this index, which focuses on futures contracts of two major precious metals - gold and silver. By investing in DBP, you gain exposure to precious metals without directly owning them.
Seeks Positive or Negative Returns: DBP tracks both positive and negative changes in the index. So, if the prices of gold and silver go up, the value of your DBP holding will rise proportionally. Conversely, if the prices fall, the value of your DBP shares will decline as well.
Interest Income: DBP holds primarily US Treasury securities and money market instruments alongside the futures contracts. The interest earned from these holdings contributes to the overall return of the ETF.
Cost-Effective Investment: DBP offers a potentially cost-effective way to invest in precious metals futures compared to directly managing individual futures contracts.