• SPDR® Gold Trust (the “Trust”) is an exchange traded fund designed to track the price of gold (net of Trust expenses).
  • The value of the gold held by the Trust is determined using the LBMA Gold Price PM. For further information and risks regarding the LBMA Gold Price PM, please refer to the offering documents found on ssga.com*.
  • Investment involves risks, in particular, investing in one single commodity asset class. Fluctuation in the price of gold may materially adversely affect the value of the Trust. Investors may lose part or all of their investment.
  • The trading price of the SPDR Gold Shares may be different from the underlying NAV per share.
  • The Trust may not be suitable for all investors. Investors should not invest based on this marketing material only. Investors should read the Trust’s prospectus, including the risk factors, take into consideration of the product features, their own investment objectives, risk tolerance level, etc. and seek independent financial and professional advices as appropriate prior to making any investment.

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Since partnering with the World Gold Council to launch the first US-listed gold exchange traded fund in 2004, State Street has democratized access to gold as an asset class.

We offer the largest1 and most frequently traded2 gold ETF globally. The leadership has translated to robust liquidity, low costs and tight trading spreads.


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