Tag: Gold ETF

Buying Gold Bullion ETF | Stock Market Basics

Filed in African Gold, Gold, Gold ETF, Indonesian Gold, o by on January 23, 2011 0 Comments

Many investors want to capitalize on the price movements of gold and so choose to buy a gold bullion ETF to do so. In this case, what is a gold ETF versus.

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Gold Bullion Ticker – What Is Hidden Behind a Symbol?

Filed in African Gold, Australian Gold, Gold, Gold ETF, o by on January 17, 2011 0 Comments

A gold bullion ticker is a special symbol that helps gold investors to tell one gold bullion security from another. All gold ETF’s are exchange traded funds that are openly traded on major stocks exchange like NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ. …

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Top Picks 2011: Global X Gold Explorers (GLDX)

Filed under: International Markets , Newsletters , Canada , Commodities , Stocks to Buy , Best Stocks for 2011 This post is one in a series in which more than 60 newsletter advisors share their Top Stock Picks for 2011 . This special report is courtesy of TheStockAdvisors.com . “Our top stock pick for 2011 is a very speculative play, based on our conviction that at some point during the year, gold bullion will experience a strong run-up in price, perhaps reminiscent to the peak that occurred in January 1980,” says Alan Newman . The editor of CrossCurrents explains, “The Global X Explorers ETF ( GLDX ) is a brand new addition and began trading this past November. Continue reading Top Picks 2011: Global X Gold Explorers (GLDX) Top Picks 2011: Global X Gold Explorers (GLDX) originally appeared on BloggingStocks on Wed, 05 Jan 2011 10:40:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Permalink | Email this | Comments

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Top Picks 2011: SPDR Gold (GLD) and iShares Silver (SLV)

Filed in Bank Gold, commodities, gld, Gold, Gold ETF, o, shares, silver, spdr, SPDR Gold Trust by on December 29, 2010 0 Comments
Top Picks 2011: SPDR Gold (GLD) and iShares Silver (SLV)

Filed under: Newsletters , ETF Investing , Commodities , Best Stocks for 2011 This post is one in a series in which more than 60 newsletter advisors share their Top Stock Picks for 2011 . This special report is courtesy of TheStockAdvisors.com . “Gold and silver were top performers in 2010. In fact, they’ve been top performers over the past eight to 10 years. We believe this will continue in 2011,” says resource expert Mary Anne and Pamela Aden . The co-editors of The Aden Forecast explains, “As the year was drawing to a close, gold hit an all time record high and silver reached a 30 year high. It was super bullish action. And it’s not over yet. Continue reading Top Picks 2011: SPDR Gold (GLD) and iShares Silver (SLV) Top Picks 2011: SPDR Gold (GLD) and iShares Silver (SLV) originally appeared on BloggingStocks on Wed, 29 Dec 2010 10:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Permalink | Email this | Comments

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Q&A: What's the best way to invest in metals against inflation and …

Filed in Bank Gold, Gold, gold coins, Gold ETF, o, silver by on December 29, 2010 0 Comments

Silver or Gold , bullion coin? Where’s a good place to buy that’s safe. I was looking at Monex, but I have no idea about this. Best answer: Answer by elemfin. Gold coins are good but I like the stock market. Check out the gold etf. …

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Market Wrap-Up for Dec.21 (TD, CCL, DRI, DE, CAT, more)

Gloomy economic headlines continue to come at us every day, and they will likely not stop. At the same time,the market continues to climb higher, leaving many investors to watch on the sidelines. You should check out the video Tom and I put up today about focusing your worries elsewhere, preferably on what you are doing with your investment portfolio, including maximizing retirement accounts among other tax-advantaged accounts. Of course, it does make sense to watch the economy, but so many investors have been paralyzed with fear that the 80% plus rally off the March 2009 lows continues to be among the most hated rallies from a retail investor standpoint. Huge cash piles for corporations will only lead to further M&A, increased dividend payouts, and stock buybacks in 2011. Are you ready to put money to work when the eventual pullbacks happen? Good markets will always have pullbacks, I just wish we can get even more now, so that the entry levels can improve for investors. We’ll continue to absorb the data that comes at us, and will be sure to pass on the anecdotes that could matter when corrections come. The one area that worries me a lot continues to be gold, despite the big run it has had. I worry about it mostly from a crowded trade standpoint. This is not a new worry, but is one that I have had the last couple of months. During that time, gold prices have remained stuck in a tight range, with the inability to hit new highs. Take notice and be ready to act if you have been adding to exposure to the yellow metal (through miners, gold etfs, etc.) Looking at today’s action, TD Bank ( TD ) saw a nice bump higher on news it is acquiring Chrysler Financial, the former financing arm of Chrysler Group, which is now being sold by Cerberus Capital Management. This is another example of deals where a corporation is betting big on economic stability and

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Gold: The Stages of a Mega-Bull Market

Gold: The Stages of a Mega-Bull Market

Filed under: Major Movement , Newsletters , ETF Investing , Commodities , Stocks to Buy , Recession “We hear that gold is in a bubble, it can’t rise much further and so on,” content resource experts Mary Anne and Pamela Aden . The co-editors of The Aden Forecast explain, “Many wonder, why is it even rising so much? For that, you have to look at history from a global perspective and it’ll provide the answer. “We’ve often pointed out that gold is money. It has been for thousands of years. Paper money is not really money and there isn’t one paper currency that has survived over time. Continue reading Gold: The Stages of a Mega-Bull Market Gold: The Stages of a Mega-Bull Market originally appeared on BloggingStocks on Tue, 26 Oct 2010 10:30:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Permalink | Email this | Comments

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Goldman (NYSE:GS) Issues Gold-Linked Structured Notes

Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) issued $66.5 million in structured notes linked to gold, as prices continue to break all-time records and solid support continuing for the precious metal.There is no interest on the notes, as investors receive profits at maturity, with a price cap of 17 percent. The securities, which were sold on October 1, are for one year. JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) is the distributor for

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Market Wrap-Up for Oct.5 (FCX, CF, CLF, GLD, NEM, COF, AXP, more)

Market Wrap-Up for Oct.5 (FCX, CF, CLF, GLD, NEM, COF, AXP, more)

News of Japan cutting its interest rates to zero helped spike gold prices today, also pushing many other commodity plays up along with it. We saw stock price surges for high-beta stocks like Freeport McMoran ( FCX ) , CF Industries ( CF ) , Cliffs Natural Resources ( CLF ) , and more. Gold ETF ( GLD ) hit new highs as did gold-mining plays Agnico-Eagle Mines ( AEM ) and Newmont Mining ( NEM ) . This continues to remain a trade in our eyes, so be sure to handle it as such if you are dabbling in the area. Financial names such as Franklin Resources ( BEN ) and Capital One Financial ( COF ) also put in solid gains today. Shares of American Express ( AXP ) finished lower following two analyst downgrades this morning. The company continues to feel the pressure of the U.S. government lawsuit. I was running late today as I was speaking to students at several business classes in Stockton College. Explaining some of what actually happens on Wall Street to what is taught in the textbooks can be real interesting. The students seem to enjoy the real-life experiences/lessons I have had in my trading days as well as since the launch of Dividend.com. A key theme I focused on was not ignoring whatever the current market environment is and how that can relate to business and investing decisions. Some things just don’t get taught in textbooks and hopefully the message I was sending opens up some new mindsets into how one can approach their financial and business aspirations. Hope everyone has a great day. Thanks for reading! Be sure to visit our complete recommended list of the Best Dividend Stocks , as well as a detailed explanation of our ratings system here .

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7 Ways To Invest in Gold

Gold investments range from buying gold bars and coins to precious metal ETFs, stocks and mutual funds. … Securities backed by stored gold are called Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). ETFs are open-end investment companies. Investors buy and store gold bullion at the market price to secure the purchase. Forty percent of gold investments are gold ETFs. Gold prices are significantly affected by gold prices and demand. This method is more convenient than physically storing the …

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What is the best way to invest in gold without buying buying gold …

Also now that gold is so high what is the best way to invest in gold thru the stock market. The Gold. … Gold bullion (from bullion dealers), Gold Exchange traded fund (ETF), Mature gold mining companies, Small exploring companies. Jewellery. Have a look at my article about investing in gold on http://www.shareworld.co.uk. References : Barry R says: August 21, 2010 at 4:08 am. The Gold ETF: http://www.top10traders.com/ViewHolding.aspx?symbol=GLD References : …

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Gold Jumps to a Four-Week High

Gold Jumps to a Four-Week High

Filed under: Commodities Gold is back in the news. December gold futures were up $17.20 to $1,215.10 per ounce. Gold buying is spurred by safe-haven demand . Investors simply want to buy gold. The SPDR Gold Trust ( GLD ) the world’s largest gold-traded fund, added 3.04 metric tons to 1,285.79 metric tons. Demand also rose after the Federal Reserve announced another bout of quantitative easing. The Fed is using the proceeds from its previous purchases to buy additional Treasuries. This in an effort to keep interest rates low. Continue reading Gold Jumps to a Four-Week High Gold Jumps to a Four-Week High originally appeared on BloggingStocks on Fri, 13 Aug 2010 09:30:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Permalink | Email this | Comments

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