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TSE:HUG

14.88
0.02 (0.13%) 1d
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(A Top Pick Aug 05/20, Down 16%) We have seen gold decrease. He does not hold gold at this point. It has underperformed since last August due to rising rates. On a seasonal basis there are times when gold does well and we have just passed one of them. The next one is July 12th to the beginning of October. Gold is not the place to be from a seasonal perspective.
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(A Top Pick Oct 29/19, Up 26%) Uses futures contracts, not physical gold. Gold does well in an inflationary environment.
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More room to run, though we might see a pullback. Gold trades off different factors like geo-political tensions. Inflation expectations have been moving up. A good strategy is to have gold bullion as the core and an ETF for the miners. He has more bullion right now, as the market may be coming up to some volatility. No dividend.
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(A Top Pick Aug 01/19, Up 22%) Stick with this. He's bullish gold. As balance sheets expand from central bank stimulus, gold production remains constant and fixed. So, gold assets will continue to rise. Gold responds well in deflationary times, holding its own. HUG gives you access to gold. The MER, he believes, has been slashed from 75 to 25 basis points. He'd buy even more of this.
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COMMENT

XGD vs. HUG and the impact of the November election XGD is the granddaddy of gold ETF wth top holdings being Newmont, Barrick and FNV, totalling 40%. Given this weighting, he prefers HEP. HUG holds the actual gold. He doesn't know how the US election will effect gold stocks, which is why people buy gold--a reaction to uncertainty.

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(A Top Pick Dec 06/19, Up 7%) It holds the bullion. (He works for Horizons.) Gold has done quite well, with a big rally in mid-2019 when interest rates fell. Late-December into late-January is gold's seasonality, which is happening. We could see a breakout due to strong interest in gold. We could see upside.
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He sees gold going up. We’re starting the seasonality now. The chart is affected by low interest rates. The seasonal period is usually driven by Chinese demand. China was a bigger consumer than India. Towards end of December, it could be a good time to take initial positions. This is a good way to play the bullion.
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This holds gold itself. Most portfolios don't hold gold. It provides stability in a portfolio in, say, deflation, and offers returns. You can also hold gold stocks themselves.
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TOP PICK
If the inflation and growth dynamic play out, then gold commodities should do very well. Futures based. Gold commodity exposure. Once there's a shift into inflation or deflation, gold will do well. No dividend.
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COMMENT
He's not a gold bug. If you believe gold is a hedge, then buy a hedge using gold companies. But he doesn't think gold is the crisis insurance that many believe. He's never held more than 5% gold in a portfolio.
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(A Top Pick Aug 25/17. Down 1.84%.) Gold and gold stocks have 2 periods of seasonal strength. One is from the end of July until the end of September, and then it goes down, bottoms around the middle of December and then goes higher until February. This year gold and gold bullion peaked a little early, around the middle of September. The worst period to own gold and gold equities is from October through to December.

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PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick July 31/17. Down 1%.) Tracks bullion and sold it towards the end of September. Gold does well from July 27 into Oct 9, and typically the last little bit is a little iffy, so from a seasonal perspective, it is best to get out at the end of September.

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(A Top Pick Aug 25/17. Up 0%.) The best time to own gold and gold equities is around the end of July through until the beginning of October. There are 2 weeks left before the seasonal trade is over. If you do see a little bit of strength, he would suggest you take some money off the table during the next 2 weeks.

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TOP PICK

It is about the seasonality of gold, which does well this time of year. It is hedged for currency. It is reaching a very important resistance level and if it breaks it then it will go higher until the middle of October.

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TOP PICK

Gold tends to do well at this time of year. Supply basically remain fairly constant over time, but the demand picks up in the 4th quarter because of the Indian wedding season. The fabricators need to buy the gold, which happens in the summer months.

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Horizons Gold ETF(HUG-T) Rating

Ranking : 1 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 0

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 0

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Horizons Gold ETF(HUG-T) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Horizons Gold ETF stock symbol?

Horizons Gold ETF is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol HUG-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (HUG-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:HUG or HUG-T

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On 2022-06-24, Horizons Gold ETF (HUG-T) stock closed at a price of $14.88.