ETF Securities

ETF Securities is one of the world’s leading providers of exchange-traded investment products and a pioneer in exchange-traded commodities.

We are dedicated to developing liquid, transparent investment solutions that can be traded on world stock exchanges. The company has a strong history of product innovation and this remains a key tenet of our guiding philosophy.

Our management team listed the world’s first gold exchange-traded commodity in 2003, and many other market-leading investment solutions have since followed.

Today ETF Securities offers what we believe to be the world’s most comprehensive range of exchange-traded commodities and is responsible for approximately US$20.0 billion in global investor assets (as of 30th June 2014).

Articles

March 12

Opinion Steel Tariffs from Trump to tighten metal supply from China

The steel and aluminium tariffs instated by President Trump should tighten the supply of metal coming from China. As a serial overproducer, cutback from China will be welcome news and could even increase prices; China is already trying to reduce capacity in steel and (...)

November 2017

News ETF Securities to sell its European Exchange-Traded Commodity, Currency and Short-and-Leveraged Business to WisdomTree

ETF Securities Limited (ETF Securities) has agreed to sell its European exchange-traded commodity, currency and short-and-leveraged business to WisdomTree Investments, Inc. (WisdomTree), the Nasdaq-listed and New York headquartered global exchange-traded product (...)

June 2017

Opinion China A-shares inclusion in MSCI indices to redefine emerging market investing

The MSCI approval of China A-shares inclusion in their benchmark Emerging Markets and ACWI indices is likely to redefine the way investors invest in emerging markets according to ETF Securities, one of the world’s leading, independent providers of Exchange Traded Products (...)

April 2017

News The euro jumped by 1% this morning against the US dollar to 1.0836, while defensive assets dropped

The French OAT- German Bund yield spreads tighten by 16bps as market’s pricing in the likely outcome of Macron winning the elections as many French political leaders now support him in an effort to block the Far-right Le (...)

January 2017

Strategy Buy in January, Sell in May? The seasonality of commodity performance

Most commodities outperformance is skewed to the early months of the calendar year, according to ETF Securities, one of the world’s leading independent providers of Exchange Traded Products (ETPs).

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