The Gold Price Will Continue to Rise, Says Frank Holmes
MarketWatch's Myra Saefong spoke recently with Frank Holmes about his outlook on the price of gold heading into the remainder of 2018.
MarketWatch’s Myra Saefong spoke recently with Frank Holmes about his outlook on the price of gold heading into the remainder of 2018. Frank believes the yellow metal could hit $1,500 an ounce, noting that gold futures have already edged up 3 percent year to date, outpacing the 2.4 percent drop in the S&P 500. Frank also discusses whether he believes President Donald Trump’s policies have helped or hindered the price of gold.
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