Frank Holmes Makes the Case for Gold in The Wall Street Journal
With gold off 30 percent from its record high in 2011, Lindsay Gellman calls on several experts to make their “Case for Gold.” She points to several attributes of an investment in the precious metal, including inflation protection, diversification, and ongoing demand from China and India.
What should be your strategy for investing in gold? Read what Frank Holmes has to say as well as other experts at The Journal’s website.
Here is U.S. Global’s Case for Gold
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U.S. Global’s Case for Gold
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