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An ETF Specializing in Gold Mining Royalties

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An ETF Specializing in Gold Mining Royalties

ETF Trends took a closer look at the U.S. Global GO GOLD and Precious Metal Miners ETF (GOAU) for its readers who are interested in exploring options for investing in gold. Among other important fund characteristics, their article notes how GOAU’s 30 percent weighting in gold royalty companies “could help investors better manage common risks associated with traditional producers, such as building and maintaining mines.”

 

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