These two ETFs hold the leading gold and silver stocks

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Gold now trades at $1,313 U.S. an ounce and silver at $16.48. Those prices are well below the 2011 highs for both metals, but still above their 2015 lows. Gold and silver have gained over the last couple years, helped by fears that growing government deficits will lower the value of global currencies. The fundamental […]

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