exchange-traded funds that buy gold bullion, especially SPDR Gold Shares GLD . The Case for an Unloved Asset Class Asset-allocation ..... soared during and after the financial crisis. SPDR Gold Shares currently has about $28 billion in assets, but
The subject of precious metals and commodities came up. I have none currently. They recommend DBC and GLD . The DBC chart looks real bad. GLD pays no dividends. Bottom line according to them is unless I add commodities, I am not diversified
12.39% year-to-date. Gold is touted as an inflation hedge. But the gold exchange-traded fund, the SPDR Gold Shares ( GLD ), is down 12.31% from its 52-week high. Silver has more industrial uses than gold, so its tumble is even
Stupid Investor Tricks I saw a note the other day reminding me that it wasn’t that long ago when the SPDR Gold Trust ETF ( GLD ) had more assets then the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY). That is no longer the case of course as Gold has gotten crushed. It
investors homed in on precious metals when naming their most harrowing holdings. Skyliner was among them. " SPDR Gold Shares ETF GLD in a Roth," he answered, mentioning an exchange-traded fund that owns gold. "Bought it when I thought
49]; Wyndham [ WYN ; CEO spotlight on Stephen Holmes ; pg 50]; contrarian plays on commodities on sale [pg 22] : gold [ GLD , IAU, SGOL ], silver [ SLV ], platinum [ PPLT ], oil [ USO ], natural-gas [ UNG ], ags [ DBA ], broader commodity
exchange-traded funds that buy gold bullion, especially SPDR Gold Shares GLD . The Case for an Unloved Asset Class Asset-allocation ..... soared during and after the financial crisis. SPDR Gold Shares currently has about $29 billion in assets, but
something that will hold up if the market goes down. About the only thing that seems it might possibly be worthwhile is GLD . I know that GLD is going nowhere lately, but it does tend to go up when the rest of the market goes down.
If the market corrects this fall, which ETFs are best to hold? Gold? GLD or IAU? Treasuries like EDV or TLT? Something else?
dozen companies. 4) I am thinking about ETFs, but I am not really sure what to do. Should I buy SPY and hedge it with some GLD ? Or should I just wait for a market correction, and buy SPY, or something? Maybe I should just buy bonds? Any thoughts appreciated