ETFs, Bullion or Stocks: What Is Frank’s Favorite Gold Buy?

Author: Frank Holmes
Date Posted: September 27, 2013 Read time: 1 min

CNBC’s Street Signs welcomed Frank Holmes while he was in New York this week to discuss the gold market. When Frank was asked to choose between gold ETFs, gold bullion or gold mining stocks during chatter focused on potential growth in the commodity, Frank confidently chose option three: gold mining stocks. Watch the interview now to hear his reasoning and also where he feels precious metals fit into the market right now.

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