Gold ETFs vs Fund-of-Funds

| Updated on October 05, 2013 Published on October 05, 2013

You’re looking at investing in gold to protect your portfolio from the vagaries of the equity or even debt markets. True, gold exchange-traded funds or gold fund-of-funds are better bets rather than jewellery or coins. These products closely mirror gold prices and provide good liquidity, saving you from the hassle of safe-keeping physical gold and hunting for a buyer when you need money. But how are these different and which one suits you best? Read on

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