Can Gold Seize the Day?

Author: Frank Holmes
Date Posted: October 28, 2014 Read time: 1 min

Daniela Cambone of Kitco News talks with Frank Holmes to see if gold can seize the day in reaction to several economic news items taking place around the globe. In regards to the recently failed stress tests from several of Europe’s central banks, Frank says he is happy that his portfolio team was able to dodge those bullets.

He also reminds investors that the Federal Reserve meeting taking place this week will indicate how gold prices move, particularly due to the precious metal’s relationship with real interest rates. Will rates stay negative or turn positive?

Check out the replay to hear Frank explain more about this week’s touchdown pass.


If you couldn’t make it to New Orleans last week to hear Frank Holmes speak, you can download his presentation here: The Optimistic Investor in a Pessimistic World.


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