Gold SPDR (GLD)
$146.58 0.27 (0.18%)
20:00 EST GLD Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $146.58
Market Cap 40.76B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 11.12M
Day's Range 146.31 - 146.99
52-Week Range 119.54 - 148.61
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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A pullback within a recently minted uptrend in GDX and GLD looks like technical value for investors wanting a hedge and gold bugs.
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While I do think we are due for a bounce from oversold conditions, the trend is certainly to the downside right now. Therefore, I am recommending a play on a defensive commodity that investors often turn to as a safe-haven during volatile times: Gold.
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If you are looking for a safe-haven play in 2019 with potential for gains in an uncertain market, GLD is an outstanding choice.
An inverted yield curve may be around the corner, forcing investors to rethink what they really want to own.
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Today I am recommending a bullish trade on the SPDR Gold Shares (NYSE:GLD), an ETF that tracks the price of gold.The market is definitely in a corrective mode right now and, while this week’s pullback is not as severe as the one we saw at the start of the year, there is a chance that stocks could take another leg to the downside before they are able to stabilize. I mentioned previously that the Fed’s interest rate increases are eventually going to cause deleveraging in the marketplace, and the action this week seems to bear that out.
Gold hasn't had a good 2018, but now these gold ETFs are trading at a nice discount for when the metal bounces back.
The GLD ETF should have sunnier days ahead. Here's how traders can set themselves up for profits in the SPDR Gold Trust ETF (GLD).