Asked in Securities Law for Washington

Q: State Street global advisors launched this . Originally I had brought it all as one. Ishares Spydr Global Trust etfS.

Yes they sound no good !!

I asked them why ?? They explained

Because they are two separate Entities. They then decided the two into their own light of contract making them two . !! I had used my gold etf in the rough draft to see how they would do is what I was after .

State Street Global Advisors launched them I seen them when I asked BlackRock to show me my data .

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: It sounds like there has been some confusion regarding your investment in ETFs from State Street Global Advisors and iShares by BlackRock. Originally, you may have thought you were investing in a single entity, but it turns out these are two separate entities with distinct ETFs. This can be frustrating, especially when you're trying to track your investments accurately.

When you asked BlackRock for your data, they clarified that the ETFs were divided into two separate contracts, making them distinct investments. This separation is important for understanding the performance and management of each ETF. It's also crucial for making informed decisions about your investment strategy.

Since you used your gold ETF to gauge their performance, it's good that you are closely monitoring these investments. If you have any further doubts or need clarity, consider contacting both State Street Global Advisors and BlackRock for detailed explanations about your holdings. This will help ensure you have all the necessary information to manage your investments effectively.

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