Glencore (GLEN) - All you need to know

Read our comprehensive, beginner-friendly guide to Glencore shares. Learn everything you need to know to start investing today.
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Updated: Sep 13, 2022
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If you’re looking for a simple way to invest, you can get shares through an online stock broker. A broker platform lets you trade stocks easily while paying low transaction fees. Many of the leading brokers also offer trading apps, so you can invest wherever you are.

That’s just one of numerous investing options available. Some of the others include mutual funds or exchange-traded funds that hold the stock. The links below take you to individual pages which explain multiple different approaches to investing, or you can keep reading to learn about the options in more detail.

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What is Glencore?

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Glencore trades and mines a wide range of different commodities. The company operates mines all over the world, with significant operations mining copper, zinc, and other metals. It also supplies and trades energy sources such as oil, natural gas, and coal, and produces a variety of agricultural products.

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How to invest in Glencore

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The list below is a summary of the options available to you for buying Glencore. Read through them all to get a feel for which ones suit your style best, taking into account your goals and timeframe for seeing returns. You can follow the links to find more detailed information.

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