NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Commodities ETFs continue to steel themselves against an approaching army of regulators.iShares S&P GSCI Commodity Indexed Trust ( GSG) has followed the example of United States Natural Gas ( UNG) and halted share-creation. As issuers and regulators prepare to clash, it is a third party, the individual investor, who stands to lose the most. ETFs have offered unprecedented access to the commodities markets through the use of derivatives such as futures contracts and swaps. Where once only institutions could invest, individuals have gained access to "pure" commodities vehicles.
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