ETF Stocks: Precious metal ETFs to buy

ETF Stocks: Precious metal ETFs to buy

Precious metal ETFs have largely centered on gold stocks. We continue to see the outlook for that precious metal as positive, and for aggressive investors who want to hold precious metal ETFs, including a silver ETF, we have two of them below.

Most precious-metal stocks dropped,… Read More

Here are 3 ways to gain from commodities

Commodity production is capital intensive with long development times. Producers face considerable costs to establish or replace mines, oilfields, and so on, or build processing, storage and transportation facilities. This means that the selling prices of their products can vary significantly from the time of… Read More

Precious metals offer you a bright future

Most precious-metal stocks dropped, along with stock markets, in March 2020. They then quickly reversed that trend to soar for investors. In fact, In August 2020, gold jumped to over $2,000 U.S. an ounce for the first time ever. Gold stocks also jumped.
Gold prices have… Read More

Get a 5.0% yield from Bank of Nova Scotia

Get a 5.0% yield from Bank of Nova Scotia

Despite the economic disruption brought on by COVID-19, including a 20.3% earnings drop in the fourth quarter, this bank still enjoys excellent prospects.

The stock trades at just 11.5 times the company’s 2021 earnings forecast.

BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA (Toronto symbol BNS; www.scotiabank.com) set aside $1.13 billion… Read More

2021 is off to a mixed start

The Vanguard Total World Stocks ETF (VT) gained 0.1% in January 2021. The Vanguard S&P 500 ETF (VOO) lost 0.3%, and the iShares MSCI Canada Equity ETF (EWC) lost 1.1%. The iShares Core EAFE ETF (IEFA), which excludes U.S. and Canadian stocks, lost 1.5% in the month.
Emerging markets underperformed developed markets over the… Read More

The top gold and silver stocks are stored in two ETFs

The top gold and silver stocks are stored in two ETFs

Precious-metal stocks dropped, along with stock markets, in March 2020 as the pandemic forced a global shutdown. They then quickly reversed themselves to soar for investors.

For many investors, gold and silver represent “safe harbours” in turbulent times and it’s why we expect further price jumps… Read More