Why 2019 Might Be The Year for Gold ETFs

Global, physically gold-backed ETFs marked a fourth consecutive month of positive inflows in January [1]. In these volatile markets, more investors may look to gold in order to potentially diversify their portfolios and hedge risks down the road.

In this upcoming webcast, State Street Global Advisors, the World Gold Council and ETF Trends will take a look at why gold continues to be a strategic asset that should be considered in all market conditions.

March 19, 2019
11am PST | 2pm EST
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Join Tom Lydon, Editor and Publisher of ETF Trends, as he moderates a discussion on:

  • A look at 2018 gold demand trends and the emerging trends so far in 2019
  • What you need to know before the upcoming Federal Reserve meeting and for US interest rates for the remainder of the year
  • The relationship between the gold price and the dollar
  • Cryptocurrencies vs Gold ETFs
  • Gold ETFs as an investment vehicle and how financial advisors may potentially diversify their portfolios with an allocation to gold in any market condition

Accepted for one hour of CFP/CIMA CE credit for only live attendees

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George Milling–Stanley

Vice President, Head of Gold Strategy
State Street Global Advisors

Juan Carlos Artigas

Director of Investment Research
World Gold Council

Tom Lydon

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[1] World Gold Council, Gold Demand Trends, January 31, 2019.


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