ETFs for precious metals based in the U.S. listed by expense ratio 2023

Most expensive precious metals exchange traded funds (ETFs) traded in the United States as of September 1, 2023, by expense ratio

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Release date

September 2023

Region

Worldwide, United States

Survey time period

September 1, 2023

Supplementary notes

Funds are the largest of the ETFs traded on the U.S. market that are classified as 'precious metals' by the source. While these funds are traded in the U.S., their investment are not necessarily in U.S. assets. Only funds which have been active for five years or more are included by the source.

The expense ratio of an ETF is portion of the total portion of the amount invested that an investor needs to to pay to the operator of the ETF.

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