iShares Gold Trust

NYSEARCA: IAU
$17.18
-$0.06 (-0.3%)
Closing price July 10, 2020
Positive net inflows into exchange-traded funds continued for a seventh straight month in June. Two U.S. ETFs accounted for 67% of the total.
The World Gold Council announced on Wednesday that inflows into gold ETFs rose sharply in March. It was not just the United States driving gold.
Gold has a long history of ups and downs, and it has been considered one of the key measurements of national reserves for centuries.
If one thing has proven true over the years and works in favor of the gold bugs, it is that the price of gold thrives on geopolitical uncertainty.
It may seem hard for the gold bugs to celebrate that gold was last seen down about 3% in dollar terms so far in 2019, but against the backdrop of what is happening in the global markets, gold...
This past April was perhaps the strongest month for gold net inflows in over a year, according to the World Gold Council.
The World Gold Council has released its March inflows and outflows data on gold-backed funds, as well as the year-to-date figures.
If you have been watching the financial media of late, chances are high that you have had more than enough about bitcoin and cryptocurrencies shoved into your ear.
Gold-backed ETFs had a net inflow of more than $1.5 billion in the month of August to bring the year-to-date net inflow total to $5.31 billion.
In a world where disruption has become the norm, maybe the most recent rise of Bitcoin should not be that large of a surprise.
Is there really gold in them thar hills? If those hills are exchange traded funds (ETFs), then the answer is a resounding yes. 24/7 Wall St. has tracked the gold buying and selling before, during and...
The World Gold Council showed that the world's gold demand rose sharply in the first quarter of 2016. This was the second largest quarter on record for gold demand.
iShares Gold Shares has registered 300 million shares, which it issues in "baskets" of 50,000 and exchanges for physical gold.
BlackRock has announced the temporary suspension of its plan to create new shares of the iShares Gold Trust until the new shares can be registered with the SEC.
The take of 24/7 Wall St. is that trying to predict a bottom in a major market is nearly impossible. Most investors who fish for a bottom do so over the course of weeks, months or even longer.