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    Post GRF - Global Resource Masters Fund

    Global Resource Masters Fund Limited (GRF) uses a fund of funds investment style to provide investors the opportunity to invest in physical commodities and global natural resource companies. GRFs portfolio provides diversity: by asset class (physical commodities and stocks of natural resources companies); commodity type (renewable energy, mining commodities, agricultural commodities, and sustainable technologies); and fund products (commodity, equity, fixed income and other fund products

    Looking for exposure to commodities and I foung GRF. I am not a fan of the "fund of funds investment style but am having trouble finding exposure to commodities.
    If a bargain cannot be obtained today, the market will open again tomorrow offering you a fresh new opportunity and a new price.

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    On March 14th, 2016, Global Resource Masters Fund Limited (GRF) was removed from the ASX's official list pursuant to Listing Rule 17.11, following the announcement confirming payment of the Company's capital return.

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