Gold Game Film Special: Live at GSA Investor Day

Author: Frank Holmes
Date Posted: February 24, 2015 Read time: 2 min

In this edition of Gold Game Film with Kitco News, host Daniela Cambone talks with Frank Holmes during the 2015 Gold Stock Analyst Investor Day straight from Fort Lauderdale, FL. Discussing the week ahead, Frank tells Daniela that investors should keep an eye on consumer price index (CPI) data released Thursday, along with what Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen has to say on Tuesday – though he doesn’t expect any surprises from her speech.

Commenting on the conference so far, Frank says he’s really enjoyed hearing from the gold royalty companies – he loves the royalty model and many of the names in this space. To see which names he points out specifically, be sure to watch the full episode of this special edition of Gold Game Film.



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