5 top gold ETFs that investors could buy

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In place of buying physical gold, you could buy Gold ETFs, which offer more advantages than physical gold. They are easy to sell, they are held in electronic form and there's no question of theft. Also, there's no need to invest in a locker and it tracks gold prices...so returns are like gold. Here are 5 gold ETF's/Funds that you could consider. We recommend buying Gold ETFs, only if you want to diversify. Gold prices have already rallied this year and with it gold prices.


SBI Gold ETF is one of the top gold ETFs in India with substantial assets under management. The fund tracks gold prices and has generated a return of 15.2 approximately over the last one year. Excellent hedge against inflation and extremely liquid. 

Motilal Oswal MOSt Shares Gold ETF

MOSt Gold Shares allows investors for the very first time to directly buy gold from an asset management company. An investor can buy Gold ETFs from the stock exchange and then redeem the same for physical gold bars as lows as 10 grammes. In short, exchange your ETFs  for physical gold anytime. 


IDBI Gold Exchange Traded Fund is an open ended gold exchange traded scheme which tracks the price of gold in the domestic market. Each unit of IDBI Gold ETF is backed by 24 carat gold of 99.5% purity and will be held by a custodian. The Fund has generated a return of 15.3 per cent in the last one year.

Kotak Gold ETF

Kotak Gold ETF is an open-ended Exchange Traded Fund, which invests in physical gold and endeavors to track the domestic spot price of gold as closely as possible. Thus it provides an option to invest in gold without taking physical delivery of gold. Each unit of the KGETF is approximately equal to 1 gram of gold.

Axis Gold ETFs

Axis Gold ETFs will allow you gold purity of 99.5% at prevailing market prices without premium charges. An excellent hedge against inflation. The fund has generated a return of 15 per cent in the last one year.

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Story first published: Friday, March 29, 2013, 8:48 [IST]
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