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- Fund Family BlackRock iShares
- Assets Under Management 18,224,304,000
- Market Capitalization, $K 18,224,304
- Shares Outstanding, K 1,226,400
- 60-Month Beta -0.20
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+0.79 (+5.60%)since 12/17/19
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+0.62 (+4.34%)since 10/17/19
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+2.51 (+20.27%)since 01/17/19
We highlight some gold ETFs that might gain if gold crosses the $2000-an-ounce milestone.
The rise in geopolitical tensions in the Middle East is boosting demand for safe-haven ETFs.
With the return of geopolitical tension, gold price spiked to the highest level in nearly seven years. Investors could tap the rise in bullion price with the help of ETFs.
We began the year 2020 with clear skies and a partial end to the U.S.-China trade war on the horizon, but a couple bomb strikes in the Middle East have re-set this table.
Are you worried about overvaluation concerns in the broader market? These five ETFs can be bought at as low as $20 along with expectations for solid gains in 2020.
We have highlighted some solid reasons why gold will remain strong next year.
Gold lost its sheen in November on risk-on trade. Despite the slide, the precious metal has been up more than 13% so far this year.
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.
The biggest gold ETF swelled with assets in the third quarter and might continue to haul in.
The fate of the 'phase 1' U.S.-China trade deal remains uncertain. In such a situation, we highlight some ETF strategies to ride out the trade volatility.