Litchfield, Matt
December 2015
Modern Trader;Dec2015, p58
The article discusses mining funds and miners are traditionally a safe haven when equities correct. The major differentiator between the miners is their average market cap with sector heavyweight Gold Miner ETF (GDX). GLDX is concentrated with just 21 holdings and this fund is focusing on micro-cap gold miners.


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