On January 16, 2018, Sprott Physical Gold and Silver Trust began trading on the NYSE Arca (CEF) and the TSX (CEF.U and CEF). CEF was created through Sprott's acquisition of Central Fund of Canada and provides investors with the unique benefits of Sprott's other industry-leading physical bullion trusts.
With the beginning of the new year, we have entered a seasonally strong period for gold bullion and gold equities. Gold bullion posted a strong gain of 3.23% in January, ending the month at $1,345.15 per ounce. Even so, investor sentiment towards gold and gold equities continues to remain relatively muted.
Ed Coyne, Executive Vice President at Sprott Asset Management discusses how an allocation to gold and silver can complement equities in an investment portfolio, and why Sprott advocates a 5-10% allocation for most investors. Coyne also introduces the Sprott Physical Gold and Silver Trust (CEF), which represents the successful takeover of Central Fund of Canada.
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