Frank Holmes: Threat of Rising Rates Is Short Lived

Author: USGI
Date Posted: August 10, 2016 Read time: 1 min

Daniela Cambone, host of Kitco News, welcomes Frank Holmes back to the program on Monday morning when gold is hovering at a two-week low.

Daniela Cambone, host of Kitco News, welcomes Frank Holmes back to the program on Monday morning when gold is hovering at a two-week low. The precious metal dipped in reaction to better-than-expected jobs report numbers Friday, and Daniela wants to know if this “crowded trade” is starting to unwind. Frank says gold’s movement is simply part of the noise cycle we’re dealing with right now. “The threats that rates are going to rise in the U.S., I think, are short lived,” he explains.

So where does Frank believe gold is heading in the second half of the year? Watch the full replay below!

 

Read Frank Holmes’ recent post on gold:
The Last Known Gold Deposit

 

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