With the S&P 500 having been on a tear since 2009, the author of today’s article makes note of a surprising fact: “In the past decade, the SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) has actually outperformed the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) by more than 15 percentage points (even including the SPY’s dividends). The GLD is up nearly 120% since 2006.” Looking forward, the author believes that many of the factors that have accounted for the GLD’s outperformance over the last 10 years will continue to exist for the next 10 years and, thus, “gold could prove to be a better 10-year investment than stocks.” To see what 10 of these factors are – including growing demand for gold from China and other emerging markets – CLICK HERE.
Will Stocks Take Silver? 10 Reasons Why Gold May Outperform Stocks Over The Next 10 Years
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