Why are forex brokers trying to ‘diversify’?
Forex brokers are trying to diversify their portfolios by taking a different strategy to those that were successful in the past.
Gold has risen by more than 90 per cent since the beginning of the year.
But the most popular investment is gold.
Investors are looking for a diversified portfolio that includes both equities and bonds.
“There is a huge opportunity for the markets to outperform gold and commodities, particularly for those who want to diversified in both areas,” says Jim McGregor, head of asset management at Goldcorp, a Sydney-based investment company.
He says that a large percentage of gold investors are looking to take advantage of higher rates and higher yields from the commodities sector.
That has led to the popularity of trading in both equids and bonds, as well as other equities such as gold and platinum.
McGregor says there is a large opportunity for gold and other assets to outperplay in the coming years, and that is due to the rise in the demand for gold as a hedge against inflation and economic uncertainty.
As a result, he says, the market is more focused on the potential for gold to outpermark other assets.
Mr McGregor says that in the long term, gold’s price will be much lower than equities.
In terms of a long-term outlook, the key factors for gold’s future growth are a strong US dollar, higher commodity prices and a stronger global economy.
What are the risks of the ETF boom?
Investors have been flocking to gold for its high-yield, high-return nature, and to protect against a potential global currency crisis.
The recent rise in gold prices has caused a spike in the number of ETFs on the market.
They are not being sold in the way you would think, with the ETFs being sold for the investor to buy, rather than the company or broker selling it to the investor.
There is also a growing concern that the ETF market is being over-valued.
It is difficult to assess the risk of an ETF, because it can be hard to know what the actual risks are.
For example, some ETFs are sold to hedge against a currency collapse, but then those funds could be sold back to investors if they fail to meet their investment objectives.
And some ETF companies are selling shares in order to buy more gold, while others sell shares in an effort to cash out.
If the prices of gold continue to rise, investors could be paying much higher fees to buy gold.
For the next 12 months, the Australian Government will be able to set up a gold ETF fund, which is not subject to the capital gains tax regime.
However, the fund will be capped at a total of $50 billion.
The Reserve Bank of Australia has said it will not intervene to stop gold from surging in value, but it is understood it will make sure the fund is properly regulated.
Why is the gold ETF boom different to other ETFs?
The ETFs have been popular for many reasons, and the most important is the market-wide diversification.
Many of the investments in gold ETFs do not have a market value.
Instead, they are sold for a fee, which makes them relatively inexpensive.
According to a recent report by the Sydney Morning Herald, a small group of investors have been selling up to $100 million of gold each.
To ensure that the fund does not become overly overvalued, the Government will likely have to set limits on the amount of gold that can be sold in each month.
Some of the gold that is sold to investors will be held for future use.
At the moment, that is the case with a lot of the physical gold in Australia, such as bars and coins.
Most gold ETF investors buy their gold through an ETF manager, which means the funds are held in a separate account.
An ETF manager will also sell the gold to the market, which reduces the amount that the investor has to pay the fund.
All ETFs that the market has to offer have different fees for the manager and the fund, and in some cases they also offer different products for investors.
Gold futures and options The gold ETF market has also been the focus of a large-scale crackdown on the futures market, following the recent collapse of the US market.
The crackdown has been particularly intense on gold futures, which has had a negative impact on the Australian market.
“There have been several events that have resulted in the price of gold falling significantly and it has impacted the Australian futures market in the last few weeks,” says Matt Brown, chief investment officer at Goldtraders, a London-based broker.
His firm is one of the biggest gold brokers in the country, and he says that many of the brokers are selling out of their gold holdings.
A lot of those brokers are buying gold from a private