What’s the Best Asset Class to Be In?

Author: USGI
Date Posted: August 10, 2016 Read time: 2 min

Prior to the release of July’s nonfarm payrolls report, Pauline Chiou of CNBC Asia welcomes Frank Holmes back to the program to get his thoughts on what areas of the market investors should focus on.

Prior to the release of July’s nonfarm payrolls report, Pauline Chiou of CNBC Asia welcomes Frank Holmes back to the program to get his thoughts on what areas of the market investors should focus on. Frank says gold has been an important asset class this year, particularly with weaker global currencies and a weak global economy. He also mentions that the utilities sector has been the best performer in the S&P 500 over the last year.

Tune in to the full replay below to see what else Frank has his eye on!

 

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