List of Platinum and Palladium ETNs and ETFs Listed on U.S. Exchanges

List of Precious Metal ETFs and ETNs Listed on U.S. Exchanges

Examples of precious metals include gold, silver, palladium and platinum.  In parentheses we have included the types of precious metals that are included in these exchange-traded products. A number of investors are interested in precious metals and ETFs and ETNs give these investors an alternative means to invest in precious metals.

Additional precious metal ETFs and ETNs can be accessed through the links below:

List of Silver ETFs and ETNs

List of Platinum ETFs and ETNs

List of Gold ETFs and ETNs

Precious Metal ETFs and ETNs – Clicking on the link will take you to the ETF providers website.

ETFS Physical Precious Metal Basket Trust ETF (GLTR) (This trust is designed to move in the same direction as the price of a basket of precious metals (gold, silver, palladium and platinum). Investors looking to invest in precious metals without purchasing the physical metals can use this trust as an alternative investment vehicle)

iPath Pure Beta Precious Metals (BLNG) (This ETN is designed to move in the same direction as the price of a particular basket of precious metals (gold and silver) and provides unleveraged direct exposure to precious metals. The index this ETN is based upon uses precious metals future contracts with varying expiration dates. Investors looking to invest in commodities without opening a futures account can use commodity ETFs/ETNs as an alternative investment vehicle. Investors should be aware that investing in ETNs is not the same as owning interests in the commodities futures contracts as there is no principal protection)

iPath Bloomberg Precious Metals Subindex Total Return ETN (This ETN is designed to move in the same direction as the price of a basket of precious metals (silver and gold). The index this ETN is based upon is designed to reflect the potential returns (unleveraged) of future contracts on precious metals commodities)

PowerShares DB Precious Metals Fund (DBP) (This fund is designed to move in the same direction as the price of gold and silver futures contracts)

 


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