SESGSprott ESG Gold ETF
SESG Fund Description
SESG reflects the performance of gold spot price, less expenses and liabilities, by investing in physical gold bullion that meets various ESG criteria and standards, in addition to the LBMA Responsible Sourcing Program. The fund may also hold unallocated gold on a temporary basis.
SESG Factset Analytics Insight
SESG is one of the few ETFs to provide an ESG approach to gold investing. The trust primarily holds Sprott ESG Approved Gold, that is fully allocated unencumbered physical gold bullion that are sourced and produced in a manner consistent with the ESG standards and criteria established by the Sponsor. The trust holds and produces gold bars at the Royal Canadian Mint, which also has the authority to determine raw material providers. Eligible mining companies and mines must: i) comply with the Sponsor’s ESG Criteria and the LBMA Responsible Sourcing Program, ii) maintain the Mint Responsible Sourcing Requirements, and iii) have a contractual refining relationship with the Mint. In addition, mining companies that qualify are subject to further ESG screening at the overall company and individual mine site levels. The trust also holds unallocated gold on a temporary basis. To ensure ESG compliance, the trust will only accept gold bullion refined by the Mint after August 2, 2022.
SESG Portfolio Data
SESG Index Data
SESG Portfolio Management
SESG Tax Exposures
SESG Fund Structure
SESG Factset Analytics Block Liquidity
This measurement shows how easy it is to trade a $1 million USD block of SESG. SESG is rated a N/A out of 5.
SESG Tenor Strategy
SESG holds physical gold bullion. Prices will reflect the current spot market values.
SESG Rolling Strategy
SESG holds physical gold bullion, it does not have a roll strategy.
SESG Performance Statistics
Options Strategies for Outcome Investing
A collar strategy is a protective option strategy constructed by writing a call and buying a put with the same expiration date while being long the underlying security.
A covered call is an income strategy constructed by writing a call option against a holding of the underlying security.