Gold Has Room to Grow, Says Ralph Aldis
Speaking on a panel of expert investors at this month's International Mining Investor Conference (IMIC) in Vancouver, portfolio manager Ralph Aldis shared his thoughts on the gold price as well as the junior mining space.
Speaking on a panel of expert investors at last month’s International Mining Investor Conference (IMIC) in Vancouver, portfolio manager Ralph Aldis shared his thoughts on the gold price as well as the junior mining space. Although each panelist had very different investment theses, Ralph told conference attendees that gold still has a lot of room to break out, noting that he finds it interesting that inflation is mentioned as a main topic rather than a peripheral one when it comes to the yellow metal.
For an overview of the entire panel discussion and to hear what Ralph says is important for gold investors to pay attention to, read the full Small Cap Power article below!
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