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Capturing the Breakout in Gold and Gold Stocks - Sprott Webcast (16/10/2019)

Capturing the Breakout in Gold and Gold Stocks - Sprott Webcast (16/10/2019)
By Sprott Webcast 1 month ago 19606 Views No comments

October 16, 2019

Speakers: Ed Coyne, Senior Managing Director (Sprott) joins Tocqueville Asset Management's Doug Groh, Portfolio Manager, and Ryan McIntyre, Portfolio Manager.

2019 has been gold’s year to shine, given its double-digit rise YTD. At the same time, gold mining equities have posted notable returns. Fueled by lower interest rates worldwide and the growing risk-off sentiment, gold is proving its metal as a safe haven investment and non-correlated portfolio diversifier. Ed Coyne, Doug Groh and Ryan McIntyre discuss their current outlooks for gold bullion and gold equities. They explain why the current bull market is just in its early stages, and suggest the optimal gold portfolio allocation for most investors.

  • Why the gold bull market is just getting started
  • What factors are driving the rally
  • How do gold investments provide portfolio diversification
  • Why gold mining equities remain severely undervalued
  • What is the optimal gold portfolio allocation for most investors




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