The Dollar and Gold Wrestling Match

Author: Frank Holmes
Date Posted: May 27, 2015 Read time: 2 min

Live from Singapore, Frank Holmes joins Kitco host Daniela Cambone for this week’s edition of Gold Game Film. Starting with the two-week low that gold experienced Tuesday morning, Frank explains to Daniela that this is nothing more than the natural, ongoing wrestling match between the U.S. dollar and the volatility of the yellow metal.

Frank also reminds investors that we are going through the seasonal low that takes place for gold in the months of May and June, and has done so for 35 years now. He doesn’t think there is any reason to get too worried about the correction that has taken place.

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