Frank Tells BNN: Gold Is an Opportunity

Author: USGI
Date Posted: February 10, 2016 Read time: 2 min

Paul Bagnell, host of Business News Network (BNN), welcomes Frank Holmes to the program to discuss gold demand in China as the country celebrates the Lunar New Year this week, the year of the monkey.

Paul Bagnell, host of Business News Network (BNN), welcomes Frank Holmes to the program to discuss gold demand in China as the country celebrates the Lunar New Year this week, the year of the monkey. Frank says that historically we witness a seasonal rally for the yellow metal during the Chinese New Year and that the gold market has had a spectacular run so far in 2016. Frank touches on gold’s performance in other areas of the global market, like Canada and Australia, where producers are seeing significant gains due to weak local currencies.

 Watch the full interview here to see why Frank believes gold is an opportunity within the broader commodity sector.

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