A Wild Ride in the Metals Market
On this week’s episode of Gold Game Film with Frank Holmes, Daniela Cambone of Kitco News wants to know Frank’s opinion on the numerous headlines moving the precious metal over the last week.
The Swiss voting down the “Save Our Gold” initiative by a whopping 76 percent, along with India removing its restrictions on gold imports into the country, are just a few examples of what recently took place in the gold market. Frank shares his thoughts on how these market movers are affecting gold demand, and lets viewers know where he is eyeing opportunities in the mining sector, starting with royalty companies like Randgold and Goldcorp.
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