1- SPDR Gold Shares (NYSEMKT:GLD)
AUM : $56 billion
An ETF that holds physical gold. SPDR Gold Shares is the largest gold ETF.
2- iShares Silver Trust (NYSEMKT:SLV)
AUM : $11.9 billion
An ETF that holds physical silver. iShares Silver Trust is the largest silver ETF.
3- Aberdeen Standard Physical Platinum Shares ETF (NYSEMKT:PPLT)
AUM : $1.1 billion
An ETF that holds physical platinum.
The Aberdeen Standard Physical Platinum Shares ETF lets investors directly invest in platinum, a key precious metal used primarily to make catalytic converters for the auto industry. The ETF holds physical bars stored in bank vaults.
4- Aberdeen Standard Physical Precious Metals Basket Shares ETF (NYSEMKT:GLTR)
AUM : $950 million
An ETF that holds physical gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. The Aberdeen Standard Physical Precious Metals Basket Shares ETF gives investors direct exposure to several precious metals.
5- Aberdeen Standard Physical Palladium Shares ETF (NYSEMKT:PALL)
AUM : $335 million
An ETF that holds physical palladium. The Aberdeen Standard Physical Palladium Shares ETF allows investors to directly invest in palladium. Like platinum, the primary use of palladium is for catalytic converters in cars. Palladium’s other uses include jewelry and some dental fillings and crowns.
6- Wheaton Precious Metals Corp (NYSE:WPM)
Wheaton Precious Metals Corp. is one of the most prominent precious metals streaming companies in the world. Founded in 2004, and based in Vancouver, Canada, the company operates across the globe. It product range includes gold, silver, palladium and cobalt. In August 2020, the company held streaming agreements for 20 operating mines and nine other projects in the development stage.
Wheaton Precious Metals Corp is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under ticker NYSE: WPM and also on the Toronto Stock Exchange under ticker TSX: WOM.CA. As of August 2020, the company had a market cap of $30.13bn, with a price to earnings ratio of 185.05. The firm pays a dividend to shareholders, and the yield in 2019 was 0.83%. The WPM share price all-time high price of $53.62 was recorded in July 2020.
With a portfolio of low-cost, long-life, precious metal assets, the organisation aims to be the world’s premier precious metals investment vehicle for global investors. The firm strives to provide excellent value for its shareholders via a unique business model. The emphasis is on continuing expansion through the acquisition of new streams, alongside delivering a dividend yield and the potential for long-term growth.