What are Gold/Silver ETFs?

An exchange-traded fund (ETF) that tracks the domestic physical gold/silver price is known as a Gold or Silver ETF. They are gold/silver-based passive investment products that invest in gold/silver bullion and are based on gold prices. In a nutshell, Gold/Silver ETFs are paper or dematerialized units that represent physical gold or Silver. One grame of gold/silver is equal to one Gold/Silver ETF unit, which is backed by real gold/silver of extremely high purity. Gold/silver exchange-traded funds (ETFs) combine the freedom of stock investing with the simplicity of gold/silver investing. Gold/Silver ETFs,  are listed and traded on the National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) and the Bombay Stock Exchange Ltd. (BSE). Gold/Silver ETFs, like any other business stock, trade on the cash section of the BSE and NSE and may be purchased and sold at market prices on a continuous basis. When you buy Gold/Silver ETFs, you're buying gol/silverd in an electronic form. You may purchase and sell gold/silver ETFs in the same way that you would equities. When you redeem the Gold/silver ETF, you don't get real gold/silver; instead, you get the monetary equivalent. Gold/silver ETFs are traded through a dematerialized account (Demat) and a broker, making them a very simple option to invest in gold/silver electronically. The holdings of a Gold/silver ETF are completely transparent due to its direct gold/silver price. Furthermore, compared to actual gold/silver investments, ETFs have significantly lower expenditures due to their unique structure and production method. Prices for gold/silver ETFs may be seen on the BSE/NSE website and can be purchased or sold at any time through a stock broker. Gold/silver ETFs, unlike  jewellery, may be purchased and sold at the same price across India. On the BSE/NSE, gold/silver ETFs may be purchased through a broker utilising a demat and trading account. When purchasing or selling gold/silver ETFs, you'll have to pay a brokerage fee as well as any modest fund management fees. Market risks affecting the price of gold affect gold ETFs. SEBI Mutual Funds Regulations apply to gold ETFs. A statutory auditor must audit the physical gold purchased by fund houses on a regular basis. Gold/silver ETFs are suitable for investors who want to invest in gold/silver but don't want to do so in real gold/silver owing to storage issues or concerns about purity, and who also want to benefit from tax advantages. There is no premium or making charge, so if an investor makes a large investment, they will save money. Using a demat account and a trading account, gold/silver ETFs may be sold at the stock market through a broker. ETFs are best utilised as a mechanism to benefit from the price of gold rather than to gain access to actual gold because they are backed by physical gold. When someone liquidates Gold ETF Units, they are compensated at the domestic gold market price. If one owns the equivalent of 1kg of gold in ETFs, or multiples thereof, AMCs additionally allow redemption of Gold ETF Units in the form of actual gold

What are Gold/Silver ETFs?