When it comes to investing, as is often the case, many investors will have no interest in participating in a sector as long as the trend is sloping downwards. As it pertains to gold, a newfound buzz surrounding the precious metal has re-emerged since the spot price decided to go vertical, surging $170 to $1,220/oz since bottoming out in late December 2015 at $1,050/oz. With the change in market sentiment, demand for physical bullion, mining stocks, ETF products, etc. is starting to rapidly increase. If this most recent rally is indeed a sign of an impending new bull run to follow, we are most likely just entering into the very early stages of the upturn (1st inning, perhaps), so the “good news” is that investors who want in on the action still have time to position themselves accordingly before the tide turns for good.
Gold Stocks – Gold ETF (GLD)
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