A number of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are devoted exclusively to gold, a precious metal valued both for its industrial uses and its use as a store-of-value. The shiny metal is used in jewelry and is a key component in a number of electronics products.
Why have so many leveraged and inverse ETFs reverse split their shares lately?
Will "sell in May and go away" play out this month? Trade the well-known Wall Street phenomenon with these exchange-traded funds.