ETF Stocks: Precious metal ETFs to hold

ETF Stocks: Precious metal ETFs to hold

In 2011, gold shot up to a high of $1,950 U.S. an ounce, and silver reached a peak of $48.58.

Gold prices then fell steadily, dropping to $1,050 an ounce in December 2015 for the first time since early 2010. That month, silver also declined to… Read More

Two ETFs for precious-metal enthusiasts

In 2011, gold shot up to a high of $1,950 U.S. an ounce, and silver reached a peak of $48.58.
Gold prices then fell steadily, dropping to $1,050 an ounce in December 2015 for the first time since early 2010. Silver also declined to a five-year… Read More

These top ETFs offer gold and silver exposure

These top ETFs offer gold and silver exposure

These funds provide access to leading miners without the costs of directly holding gold and silver as investments. 
In 2011, gold shot up to a high of $1,950 U.S. an ounce, and silver reached a peak of $48.58.
Gold prices then fell steadily, dropping to $1,050 an… Read More

Here are the top ETFs for precious metals

Here are the top ETFs for precious metals

These two ETFs offer low-fee exposure to the world’s top gold and silver mining stocks.

In 2011, gold shot up to a high of $1,950 U.S. an ounce, and silver reached a peak of $48.48.

Gold prices then fell steadily, dropping to $1,050 an ounce in December… Read More

Best ETFs for gold and silver exposure

In 2011, gold shot up to a high of $1,950 U.S. an ounce, and silver reached a peak of $48.48.
Gold prices then fell steadily, dropping to $1,050 an ounce in December 2015 for the first time since early 2010. That month, silver also declined to… Read More

Top ETFs for precious metal exposure

Top ETFs for precious metal exposure

For investors who want exposure to gold and silver, these two funds provide access to leading miners without the downside of directly holding the precious metals.

In 2011, gold shot up to a high of $1,950 U.S. an ounce, and silver… Read More

Best ETFs for precious metal exposure

In 2011, gold shot up to a high of $1,950 U.S. an ounce, and silver reached a peak of $48.48.

Gold prices then fell steadily, dropping to $1,050 in December 2015 for the first time since early 2010. That month, silver also declined to a.. Read More

These 2 ETFs focus on precious metals

These 2 ETFs focus on precious metals

Generally, we recommend that you focus your gold investing on mining stocks and avoid buying gold bullion, gold coins. These are two ETFs that offer top-quality global miners and low MERs.

In 2011, gold shot up to a high of $1,950 U.S…. Read More