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Investors worldwide are returning to gold as the historic hedge against inflation.


A gold ETF gives investors a liquid way to buy and sell the metal.


Exchange-Traded Funds

Blanchard


Mutual Funds

Many investors opt to own physical gold bullion itself, through coins and bars.


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