The ETFS ETPMPM ETF provides investors with access to the precious metal of palladium, by seeking to achieve a return equivalent to the movements in the palladium spot price, before fees and expenses. Palladium comes from the same family of metals as platinum and is used in many electronic and industrial products, particularly in the automotive industry.
ETPMPD is backed by physical allocated palladium held by JP Morgan at its London vault. Each physical bar is segregated, individually identified and allocated. ETPMPD is an exchange-traded commodity that can be created and redeemed on demand – in this way, an investment in ETPMPD provides investors with an entitlement to physical palladium bars.
ETPMPD could be used by investors to diversify a portfolio with the precious metal commodity of palladium, which is typically uncorrelated with other asset classes. In this way, ETPMPD could be used as a hedge against risk. It could also be used by investors to profit from a view that palladium prices will rise in the future.
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