Stocks pain has turned into gold’s gain. Gold prices soared to a one-month high Thursday as fears of a global slowdown have investors seeking so-called safe haven assets like bonds and bullion. And according to Dennis Gartman, often referred to as the “commodities king,” the rally in gold could just be starting.
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Twitter may have been encouraging investors to buy gold as U.S. stocks opened deeply in the red Monday morning, but investors weren’t listening. Typically seen as a safe-haven asset, the yellow metal tends to rise when the market suffers but Monday gold finished the day at $1153.40 an ounce, down 0.53%.
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A big pet peeve of mine is when an article is published talking about a shortage in silver or gold. Recently, we have seen an increase in articles claiming precious metals shortages simply because both the U.S. mint and Royal Canadian Mint ran out of blanks.
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