Frank Holmes: Gold Is at an Inflection Point
Bernie Lo of CNBC Asia welcomes Frank Holmes back to the program to discuss the latest moves in the gold price.
Bernie Lo of CNBC Asia welcomes Frank Holmes back to the program to discuss the latest moves in the gold price. For the month of November, the yellow metal saw a downward move, but Frank explains that “math favors” a lift in price moving into the end of the year. He says gold is down almost two standard deviations over 20 and 60 trading days, so statistically speaking, it should reverse course in December following a hike in interest rates by the Federal Reserve.
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