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Daniela Cambone of Kitco News welcomes Frank Holmes to this week’s episode of Gold Game Film. Frank shares his thoughts on the 13-year low in commodities and how it relates to the extreme drop in the Chinese stock market. The slowdown in China’s flash purchasing managers’ index (PMI) also is contributing to the market’s negativity on gold.

Tune in to see how Frank thinks low gold prices will affect the gold mining companies and why gold may be due for a rally.



How has gold performed so far in 2015Read more about Frank’s expectations for the gold market in the latest Investor Alert!


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