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Why JPM's Gregson believes it's a turning point for commodities
by Emily Blewett on Jan 10, 2013 at 14:21
The JPM Global Natural Resources fund invests mostly in mining companies across market cap size. Its allocation remains split between gold and precious metals, energy and base metals.
Top holdings currently include British company Rio Tinto, US firm Freeport-Mcmoran Copper & Gold and Swiss-based Xstrata.
Gregson has returned 7.7% in the last three years across his four managed funds. The average return in the equity natural resource sector over the same period was 9.2%.
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