ProShares Ultra Gold Now the Most Expensive vs. XRP This Year
By CryptocurrenciesChannel Staff, 7/8/2024

Here at, we find it interesting to track various ETF and stock prices versus various digital assets over time.

We noticed that as of 7/8/2024, XRP ($XRP) can buy you the least amount of ProShares Ultra Gold shares, in the past year. For example, if you had 100 XRP coins and wished to buy shares of UGL with the proceeds, you would only be able to buy 0.51 share of UGL. That's versus a high amount of 1.35 shares over the trailing twelve months. Here's how this relationship looks charted, over the past year:

ProShares Ultra Gold Shares In XRP

The main driver of the above bar chart has, of course, been the performance of ProShares Ultra Gold shares, relative to the performance of XRP; and here's how the two compare over the past year on a total return basis:

UGL Returns Vs. XRP

Check out our XRP historical price chart and ProShares Ultra Gold vs Crypto pages for additional charts. Note that any stock splits and/or dividends are included when we calculate the UGL returns.

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