|Bid||165.25 x 1000|
|Ask||166.40 x 1200|
|Day's Range||165.69 - 167.33|
|52 Week Range||106.58 - 172.33|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|YTD Daily Total Return||35.86%|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.29|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.60%|
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Gold and platinum usually tussle for the title of the most expensive precious metal, but both are being surpassed this year by palladium. The Aberdeen Standard Physical Palladium Shares ETF (NYSEArca: ...
The precious metal continues its reign over gold as the most expensive metal after it topped the $1,800 mark on Tuesday due to a supply shortage. Per a Newsmax report, the precious metal “was steady at $1,800.09 an ounce at 10:22 a.m. in Singapore time, after peaking on Monday at $1,810.20. Palladium is primarily used in pollution-control devices and in Europe, where laws are strict, the demand for the precious metal is exceeding supply.
Signs of some progress in the U.S.-China trade relation, Brexit doldrums, oil price rally and mixed earnings pulled the stings of the market movement and made these ETFs winners and losers.
Palladium prices and metals-related ETF maintained their rally through October, reflecting the ongoing optimistic outlook for the future of automobile demand and tighter environmental regulations.
Palladium prices and metals-related ETF maintained their rally through October, reflecting the ongoing optimistic outlook for the future of automobile demand and tighter environmental regulations. The ...
Gold may get the shine, but to palladium investors, that’s just fine. In the case of the Aberdeen Standard Phys PalladiumShrs ETF (PALL) , the fund is up 37.19% year-to-date based on Yahoo Finance. "While many investors are focused on gold, palladium has been far and away the best performing precious metal for the past several years.
The Aberdeen Standard Phys PalladiumShrs ETF (PALL) is up about 7% over the past month, an impressive showing relative to other precious metals ETFs, including those with exposure to platinum, palladium's nearest rival. PALL, the only US-listed ETF backed by physical holdings of the white metal, seeks to reflect the performance of the price of physical palladium. PALL is designed for investors who want a cost-effective and convenient way to invest in palladium with minimal credit risk.
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Gold exchange traded funds are commanding the headlines, but the Aberdeen Standard Phys PalladiumShrs ETF (PALL) is this year's star among precious metals ETFs as highlighted by a year-to-date gain of 26%. Some market observers believe palladium demand will be steady over the next several, potentially underpinning higher prices for PALL. Palladium is key component used by the car industry in catalytic converters fitted in petrol-powered vehicles to diminish harmful greenhouse gas emissions.
As is usually the case when discussing precious metals, gold and the related exchange traded funds are dominating the conversation this year. While gold and the related ETFs are deserving of the accolades, the real winners in the precious metals space this year are palladium and the Aberdeen Standard Physical Palladium Shares ETF (NYSE: PALL).
With a slew of gold-backed exchange traded funds recently hitting 52-week highs, it is easy for commodities investors to narrowly focus on the yellow metal. Palladium and the Aberdeen Standard Physical Palladium Shares ETF (PALL) confirm investors should pay some attention to other precious metals. All PALL has done this month is surge 14.47%, topping the largest gold-backed ETF by nearly 400 basis points.
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Although it stumbled early in the second quarter, the Aberdeen Standard Phys PalladiumShrs ETF (PALL) remains higher by nearly 11% this year after ranking as one of 2018's best-performing commodities exchange traded funds. Some market observers believe palladium demand will be steady over the next several, potentially underpinning higher prices for PALL. Palladium is key component used by the car industry in catalytic converters fitted in petrol-powered vehicles to diminish harmful greenhouse gas emissions.
Banks will highlight first-quarter earnings for 2019 on Friday, which could give precious metals a jolt of gains if the weak guidance expected by a number of corporations translates to a move to safe-haven assets. Of course, the strength of precious metals will be tied to the Fed and their interest rate policy in correlation with the dollar. Increased dovishness by the central bank could continue to feed into safe-haven asset like precious metals.
As investors consider potential risks ahead, many are looking to ETF strategies that cover alternative assets like precious metals and commodities to help diversify a traditional stock and bond portfolio mix.