In times of monetary uncertainty, the world turns to the only reserve currency it believes holds value, gold. So it is no surprise RAB Capital has set up the RAB Gold Fund. While the timing is advantageous, the group has always believed there is value in gold trades.
The fund aims to maximise risk-adjusted returns with a low correlation with major asset classes. It expects to produce a return of 10% a year net above gold returns in all market conditions. To do this the fund uses a derivative stra
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