What Are Palladium ETFs?
Exchange-traded funds can be an efficient way to access palladium. In the U.S., the primary palladium ETF option is the ETFS Physical Palladium Shares (PALL), a fund whose underlying holdings consist of physical palladium stored in secure vaults. As such, investors in PALL achieve exposure to movements in spot prices of palladium, without introducing complexities associated with futures contracts.
There are some other ETFs that also offer exposure to palladium; this precious metal receives smaller allocations in the Physical White Metal Basket Shares (WITE), along with silver and platinum. Palladium is also represented in the ETFS Physical Precious Metal Basket Share (GLTR).
International investors may have more ETF options for gaining exposure to palladium, including leveraged and inverse products.
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