Gold ETFs, which are popular with investors, are popular among those who have the money to invest.
But when I saw this one, I knew the fund was going for the gold standard.
This ETF is going to outperform the benchmark gold ETF.
I invested $500,000, but the ETF came in with $1.5 million in assets.
It is going higher than the benchmark ETF.
The fund has a positive return of 16 percent, a higher ratio than the gold benchmark.
Gold ETF investors have been clamoring for a gold ETF since at least 2010, when the ETF was launched.
It was not until 2014 that it gained momentum, when it beat the gold index.
The gold ETF is the second-biggest gold ETF, behind the gold-backed S&P 500 index, and it is currently trading at $4.18 per ounce, up from $3.68 in mid-March.
In fact, it is more than five times as expensive as the benchmark benchmark.
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