SPDR Gold Shares

NYSEARCA: GLD
$179.02
+$0.47 (+0.3%)
Closing price October 27, 2020
Short interest in gold mining stocks and gold ETFs was mixed in the two-week reporting period ended October 15. Short sellers made big reductions in some of the gold stocks.
Short sellers pulled out of most gold stocks and exchange-traded funds in the two-week reporting period through September 30.
Short sellers were pulling out of gold mining stocks and gold ETFs in the two-week reporting period that ended September 15.
Given the impending election, issues with China and a host of other reasons, it makes sense for investors to take advantage of the recent dip in gold prices and add exposure to the sector. That can...
Short interest in gold mining stocks and gold ETFs was mixed in the reporting period that ended August 31. Short sellers generally reduced their positions in the miners and raised their positions in...
With one exception, gold-mining stocks and gold ETFs made modest price moves in the two-week short interest reporting period that ended August 14. Short interest nearly doubled in one gold miner.
There is still much economic uncertainty facing the economy and the stock market. This uncertainty also pertains to bonds, as well as the recent trading in gold and silver. The tech-heavy NASDAQ had...
Short interest in gold mining stocks and gold ETFs rose sharply in the two-week period ended July 31. The steep run-up in gold futures took a breather last week.
Net inflows into gold and gold-backed ETFs rose for the eighth straight month in July. Two U.S. ETFs accounted for more than 60% of global inflows for the month.
Given current trends, BofA Securities believes that gold soon could hit $3,000 an ounce, and these five stocks may have the biggest upside potential.
There are many reasons to believe that gold and silver can go much higher, but there also are many reasons to believe that this is yet another bubble in the works.
Gold seems to set a new all-time high every day. The global coronavirus pandemic and the uncertainty of a quick economic recovery are sending investors fleeing to the safe haven of the yellow metal.
Companies that benefit from the moves in gold are generally the miners, but in reality, every company has its own nuances about how its role plays into gold and silver.
Short interest in gold-mining stocks and ETFs rose in the two-week reporting period ending July 15. But gold prices rose more sharply.
While many investors are hyper-focused on gold, the issue that may be overlooked by much of the investing public is what happens to the price of silver in the coming weeks.