Anticipate Long-Term Gains in Gold and Energy, says Frank Holmes
Although under-appreciated, Frank Holmes tells Steve Halpern of the Money Show that he sees tremendous potential for long-term gains in the gold and energy sectors.
After investing in resources and emerging markets for more than 30 years, Frank explains the value he’s seeing in the market now. In addition to naming a few promising stocks, he also explains the buzz that’s been created by the huge developments in Texas.
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