Frank Holmes on Commodities with Financial Sense Radio

Author: USGI
Date Posted: July 20, 2015 Read time: 2 min

Jim Puplava welcomes Frank Homes to the Financial Sense radio show to get his thoughts on the drop in commodities prices. They discuss the factors in the global markets, and Frank points to the downward shift in the purchasing managers’ index in multiple countries. Frank also talks about some bright spots in the market when looking at companies that are paying dividends now.

Jim Puplava welcomes Frank Homes to the Financial Sense radio show to get his thoughts on the drop in commodities prices. They discuss the factors in the global markets, and Frank points to the downward shift in the purchasing managers’ index in multiple countries. Frank also talks about some bright spots in the market when looking at companies that are paying dividends now.

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