ETFS Physical Palladium Shares Looks Set to Perform Well

- November 5th, 2013

ETF Daily News reported that the Federal Reserve’s decision to not taper quantitative easing — along with other factors — will eventually boost palladium prices, noting that investors interested in the metal might look to the ETFS Physical Palladium Shares (ARCA:PALL).

ETF Daily News reported that the Federal Reserve’s decision to not taper quantitative easing — along with other factors — will eventually boost palladium prices, noting that investors interested in the metal might look to the ETFS Physical Palladium Shares (ARCA:PALL).

As quoted in the market news:

Investing in PALL represents a cost-effective and suitable mode for investors. The transaction costs for buying and selling the shares will be much lower than purchasing, storing and insuring physical palladium for most investors.

This ETF is designed to track the spot price of palladium bullion. PALL is the most liquid option available in palladium ETF space, trading with volumes of 78,000 shares a day and it has $510 million in assets under management.

The expense ratio of 60 basis points also appears to be on par with other ETFs in the precious metals space, although it is obviously higher than what we see in the much more popular gold market. The fund delivered a return of 20.5% over a period of one year.

Click here to read the full ETF Daily News report.

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