Ralph Aldis and Brian Hicks Stay Strong on Gold
During the Denver Gold Forum this week, Allen Sykora from Kitco News spoke with portfolio managers Ralph Aldis and Brian Hicks to talk about where gold is headed.
They discussed the Federal Reserve’s tapering, or lack thereof, along with the rise in Treasury yields and investor sentiment. While Ralph and Brian recognize the pressures surrounding gold throughout 2013, they note a few positives in holding the metal.
Read the article here to find out what these positives are.
Want more on gold?
- Frank Holmes recently discussed these same themes. Read “Fifty Shades of Gold” now.
- What exactly is driving gold? See the matrix.
- Two gold trends to watch, according to Frank Holmes.
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