Gold: The 10-Percent Rule

Author: USGI
Date Posted: February 11, 2015 Read time: 2 min

Brien Lundin hosts this episode of Market One Minute and welcomes Frank Holmes to the program to discuss the top three factors Frank finds important for gold, as outlined in his book The Goldwatcher: Demystifying Gold Investing.  Frank says his number-one gold thesis has always been the 10-percent rule, one he has advocated for years. The 10-percent rule says that 10 percent of an investor’s portfolio should be in gold: 5 percent in gold bullion and 5 percent in gold stocks, while rebalancing annually.

To find out the other two important factors for gold investing, click here to watch the full interview! Frank also explains the market indicator he keeps his eye on to see where commodities are moving.

Frank Holmes interview in the Market One Minute

 

Watch the full interview here.

 

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