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Sprott Physical Gold and Silver Trust

 

Central Fund of Canada Limited is “The Sound Monetary Fund”.

Central Fund's purpose is to hold gold and silver bullion on a secure basis for the convenience of investors in the shares of Central Fund.

(Over 95% of Central Fund's assets are Gold and Silver bullion.)

Central Fund is listed on the NYSE American - Symbol: CEF and on the
Toronto Stock Exchange - Symbols: Cdn. $ CEF.A and U.S. $ CEF.U
 

 


Advantages

  • Easy to make a gold and silver bullion investment. Central Fund shares trade on the open market like any other listed stock. A call to your broker is all you need.

     
  • No bullion contract, delivery logistics, storage, insurance or assay headaches for Share Owners.

     
  •  No transaction fees or sales taxes of any kind, other than your broker's commission.

     
  • Safety: Central Fund's Gold and Silver Bullion is stored in the highest security rated treasury vaults at a Canadian chartered bank on an unencumbered, allocated and segregated basis.

     
  • Long-term administration: Central Fund was founded in 1961 by Mr. Philip Spicer, and Directors have provided over 230 years of combined service.

     
  • Eligibility: Central Fund's Shares qualify for inclusion in most North American regulated accounts.

  • Certainty: Central Fund is known as:    "The Sound Monetary Fund"


Factors You Should Consider

Central Fund of Canada is an Alberta based Canadian company that passively holds gold and silver bullion which are both priced worldwide in U.S. dollars.

The prices of Central shares, quoted and traded on the NYSE American and the Toronto Stock Exchange, may fluctuate more or less than the prices of gold and silver bullion.

 

Contact Information

Electronic mail
info@centralfund.com


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