A Trade War Truce Could Push Gold Higher
At the 2019 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference, where over 6,000 investors pre-registered to attend, Frank Holmes delivered a keynote address on the outlook for gold, commodities, artificial intelligence and more.
At the 2019 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference, where over 6,000 investors pre-registered to attend, Frank Holmes delivered a keynote address on the outlook for gold, commodities, artificial intelligence and more. After participating in a panel with other gold investors, Frank sat down with Kitco News’ Daniela Cambone to look back at 2018 and see what might be in store for the markets in 2019. Frank says that the end of the U.S.-China trade war could spur consumption, along with the end of quantitative easing, which could lead to a higher gold price. Frank and Daniela also discuss the overwhelmingly bullish sentiment among investors at the conference toward gold.
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