Sprott Physical Gold Trust

Sprott Physical Gold Trust

FinancialsClosed End Investments
  • Price (CAD)20.55
  • Today's Change-0.31 / -1.49%
  • Shares traded23.96k
  • 1 Year change+11.20%
  • Beta--
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About the company

Sprott Physical Gold Trust (the Trust) is a closed-end mutual fund trust. The Trust was created to invest and hold substantially all of its assets in physical gold bullion. The Trust's investment objective is to provide exchange-traded investment alternative for investors interested in holding physical gold bullion without the inconvenience that is typical of a direct investment in physical gold bullion. The Trust invests primarily in long-term holdings of unencumbered, fully allocated, physical gold bullion and will not speculate with regard to short-term changes in gold prices. The Trust is authorized to issue an unlimited number of redeemable, transferrable trust units (the Units). Sprott Asset Management LP is the investment manager of the Trust.

  • Revenue in USD (TTM)97.73m
  • Net income in USD74.17m
  • Incorporated--
  • Employees0.00
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