The World Gold Council launches 'Goldhub' platform for gold data, analytics and research

By Dale Benton
The World Gold Council has officially launched a definitive platform for gold data, analytics and research. Goldhub is a market-leading source of data...

The World Gold Council has officially launched a definitive platform for gold data, analytics and research.

Goldhub is a market-leading source of data, insights and analytical tools designed to help investors understands the commodity’s value as a strategic asset.

Providing a wide range of data, Goldhub will allow investors to make more informed decisions when investing in gold. Goldhub also provides an industry first for investors, with access to interactive tools and expert research in a single, accessible online resource.

“We believe Goldhub will be transformative, as it will help investors better understand how gold works and how to evaluate its role in their portfolios. Last year, we commissioned two research studies among institutional investors, and both cited a lack of data as a key reason for not investing in gold. Goldhub will fill that gap,” said John Reade, Chief Market Strategist and Head of Research at the World Gold Council.
 

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Goldhub provides users and investors alike with strongly vetted and validate data and detailed methodology notes in order to ‘power informed investment decisions.’

There is also the portfolio simulator, which enables new and seasoned investors to create virtual portfolios and compare their historical performance including risk-adjusted returns. In addition, visual analytics and data download options will allow users to analyse gold market data, helping them develop and verify their own insights

 

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