Who Wins Post Brexit?

Author: USGI
Date Posted: July 6, 2016 Read time: 2 min

Paul Bagnell, host of Business News Network (BNN), welcomes Frank Holmes to the program to share some “winners” he believes have emerged from Brexit despite talks of uncertainty and downside from the situation. Winner number one? Gold.

Paul Bagnell, host of Business News Network (BNN), welcomes Frank Holmes to the program to share some “winners” he believes have emerged from Brexit despite talks of uncertainty and downside from the situation.  Winner number one? Gold. Frank says the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union is another event-driven price push for the yellow metal along with slow global trade and negative interest rates.

So how does Frank think investors should play this spectacular run in gold we’re currently witnessing?

 

Want to know the other three winners from Brexit? Watch the full interview here.

 

Who Wins Post Brexit?

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