|Bid||14.50 x 3000|
|Ask||15.00 x 40700|
|Day's Range||0.00 - 0.00|
|52 Week Range|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|YTD Daily Total Return||13.61%|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.18%|
The SPDR Gold Shares (GLD) , the largest gold ETF, and competing gold ETFs tumbled Friday on the back of a surprisingly strong November jobs report, but that doesn't mean these funds are about to turn bearish. In fact, some commodities market observers believe the yellow metal can continue delivering solid showings in 2020. Bullish gold traders didn’t get the news they wanted when the most recent Federal Reserve minutes revealed that more rate cuts may not be on the horizon, which could feed into lower gold prices.
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Weak manufacturing data helped to keep gold prices steady in Monday’s trading session following last week’s Thanksgiving holiday. As U.S. equities were reaching highs in major indexes like the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite, gold prices were feeling downward pressure from a renewed risk-on investor sentiment. ISM Manufacturing data released on Monday showed that manufacturing activity lagged in the month of November following a decline in inventories and new orders.
While most were preparing for Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, palladium investors were feasting off gains as the precious metal reached $1,841. Analysts are already predicting that the precious metal ...
Bullish gold traders didn’t get the news they wanted when the most recent Federal Reserve minutes revealed that more rate cuts may not be on the horizon, which could feed into lower gold prices. Last month, the central bank instituted its third straight rate cut by 25 basis points—a reversal from last year’s four straight rate hikes. “Federal Reserve officials generally agreed that they likely won’t need to cut interest rates again unless economic conditions change significantly, according to minutes released Wednesday from their most recent meeting,” noted a CNBC report discussing the Fed’s most recent minutes in which it cut rates by a quarter point last month.
Gold ETFs, including the SPDR Gold Shares (GLD), the iShares Gold Trust (IAU) and the SPDR Gold MiniShares (GLDM) , have pulled back in recent days as market participants have revisited riskier assets, including equities. Gold ETFs previously rallied amid increased expectations of a U.S. rate cut, even as some investors locked in profits from bullion’s recent rally. Gold is believed by many investors to be inversely correlated with interest rates.
Options bets suggest that traders may be a bit too unnerved about the risks facing the stock market heading into the end of the year. History suggests that such complacency could come back to bite them. Just a day before the CBOE VIX or Volatility index exploded higher in late July, I wrote about the monstrous rally the market had in June and July, recovering all of its May losses and repeatedly chronicling fresh highs, during which time the VIX had coiled, settling around the 11-12 level, amid investor complacency.
Gold ETFs, including the SPDR Gold Shares (GLD), the iShares Gold Trust (IAU) and the SPDR Gold MiniShares (GLDM) , are among the kings of the commodities complex this year, but that doesn't mean those funds are moving up in a straight line. Gold ETFs previously rallied amid increased expectations of a U.S. rate cut, even as some investors locked in profits from bullion’s recent rally. Gold is believed by many investors to be inversely correlated with interest rates.
Though the momentum in gold slowed down with start of the fourth quarter, the combination of factors indicates bullishness ahead, suggesting that investors could buy the dip in gold ETFs.
Gold ETFs, including the SPDR Gold Shares (NYSEArca: GLD), the iShares Gold Trust (NYSEARCA: IAU) and the SPDR Gold MiniShares (NYSEArca: GLDM), experienced robust demand during the third quarter as investors ...
The capital markets are expecting a rate cut with algorithms like the CME FedWatch Tool calculating a 93% chance that the central bank will institute its third straight cut in 2019. How should gold traders ...
Gold was steady as she goes in Thursday’s trading session following the U.S. manufacturing sector’s IHS Markit data saying that its U.S. manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index for October went higher ...
Gold ETFs, including the SPDR Gold Shares (GLD), the iShares Gold Trust (IAU) and the SPDR Gold MiniShares (GLDM), have recently traded modestly lower, but there's a near-term case to revisit these funds. Sure, some of that case involves the Federal Reserve potentially lowering interest rates later this month. Gold ETFs are pushing to the upside amid increased expectations of a U.S. rate cut, even as some investors locked in profits from bullion’s recent rally.
Gold is one of this year's best-performing commodities. The SPDR Gold Shares (NYSE: GLD ), the world's largest gold-backed exchange traded fund, confirms as much: it's up nearly 16% in 2019. What Happened ...
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 Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its allied members could implement supply cuts in December, which should give oil traders a holiday season worth celebrating. OPEC will meet ...
Gold ETFs, including the SPDR Gold Shares (NYSEArca: GLD), the iShares Gold Trust (NYSEARCA: IAU) and the SPDR Gold MiniShares (NYSEArca: GLDM), have been the darlings among commodities funds this year ...
As investors were lukewarm on the latest trade news talk, banks were able to prop up the markets on Tuesday with some positive earnings results. While precious metals gained strength on Monday's market session, technical data on Tuesday served as reminder that gold and silver could be in consolidation phase, which could give investors pause when looking into these alternative asset classes. "As gold and silver prepare for their next move, they are in the consolidation phase.
You can almost say that former Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne left his company wearing a golden parachute—literally –as he sold stock of the company he launched in 1999 and loaded up on gold as well as its digital currency equivalent Bitcoin.
Fresh data from the World Gold Council (WGC) confirm September was a buoyant month for inflows to gold-backed ETFs, including the SPDR Gold Shares (GLD) and the iShares Gold Trust (IAU) . Investors are embracing GLD, IAU and related ETFs as a quick and easy way to gain exposure to gold price movements as they hedge against market risks, help protect their purchasing power in times of inflationary pressures or capitalize on increasing demand from the emerging markets with a growing middle-income class. “In September global gold-backed ETFs and similar products had US$3.9bn of net inflows across all regions, increasing their collective gold holdings by 75.2t to 2,808 tonnes(t), the highest levels of all time,” said the WGC.
China has a voracious appetite for gold and has now reached 100 tons in gold reserves since it started purchasing the precious metal late last year. More importantly, more purchases could come, which could fan the flames for gold-focused exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Per Bloomberg News, the “People’s Bank of China picked up more gold last month, raising holdings to 62.64 million ounces in September from 62.45 million in August, according to data on its website.
In the mid-1800s, settlers headed west when it came to fulfilling dreams of gold. Fast forward to September 2019, and investors are living those dreams in gold-backed exchange-traded funds (ETFs), according ...