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- Fund Family State Street Global Advisors
- Assets Under Management 42,538,342,400
- Market Capitalization, $K 42,538,342
- Shares Outstanding, K 300,200
- 60-Month Beta -0.16
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-1.63 (-1.15%)since 08/13/19
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+13.55 (+10.70%)since 06/13/19
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+26.39 (+23.20%)since 09/13/18
Citi believes gold prices may shoot up to $2,000 an ounce in the near term. Play these ETFs if you want to follow Citigroup.
Inside the top-and-worst-performing leveraged ETFs of last week amid renewed hopes of U.S.-China trade talks.
Volatility for the market looks under-priced for the month of September. If you are really worried, you can try these ETF strategies.
Zacks Market Edge Highlights: AngloGold, Barrick Gold, Royal Gold, SPDR Gold and Direxion 3x Gold Miners
Silver is regarded as a store of wealth and an alternative investment to risky assets during economic and political uncertainty.
The yellow metal is again in the news as its hitting new multi-year highs and the mining stocks are among the hottest on the Street.
As trade tensions are still alive and kicking, Wall Street could be volatile in September. These funds can offer some cushion to investors in this backdrop.
In trade-induced August, gold ETF, low-volatility ETF and safe sectors like consumer staples generated considerable assets.
August witnesses fluctuations in the US-China trade tensions, a gold surge, still-decent U.S. economic data points and maximum chances of a no-deal Brexit. These factors bring a few ETFs in focus.
We highlight some ETFs which can gain or lose in the wake of the latest round of attacks and retaliations in the Sino-US trade war.