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Market Index for the Gold and Silver Industry

by Tom Huggens, 4283 days ago
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There are many indices and ETFs you can find and follow if you want to track the Gold and Silver industry. You can also create your own composite and get more control over how to benchmark the Gold and Silver industry.

The current composite will create a new symbol "_Gold_Silver" by taking all U.S. stocks that belong to the Gold & Silver industry and have a close price of at least one dollar. It then calculates their average close price and stores the result in the new Gold and Silver composite/index.

In my database, 136 stocks are associated with the Gold & Silver industry. Among these, 57 have a close price higher than one dollar.

Here is the distribution of these stocks within U.S. Exchanges:
30 stocks are trading on the American Stock Exchange (AMEX)
13 stocks are trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
8 stocks are trading on OTC markets
No stock is listed on NASDAQ

To compare gold and silver commodities, you may use the Gold to Silver Ratio. A downloader that gets a measure of the number of silver ounces required to buy one ounce of gold.



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