Gold Should Be At $2,000 or Higher But It’s Not…Here’s Why

A definitive voice in the precious metals industry says it may soon be gold’s time to shine. ‘I’ve never tried to suggest what its price should be but given we’ve expanded money supplies to such vast amounts it suggests gold should be up at least in the $2,000 range,’ Don Coxe, veteran investor and the head of his own investment firm, told Kitco News at the Precious Metals Summit in Beaver Creek, CO. ‘Gold is a speculator’s dream because there’s so many ways that you can play it.’ Also the keynote speaker at the event, Coxe said his message to investors is simple: look to junior miners for opportunities. ‘I believe in the junior mining space,’ he said. (show less)

A definitive voice in the precious metals industry says it may soon be gold’s time to shine. ‘I’ve never tried to suggest what its price should be but given we’ve expanded money supplies to such vast amounts it suggests gold should be up at least in the $2,000 range,’ Don Coxe, veteran investor and the head of his own investment firm, told Kitco News at the Precious Metals Summit in Beaver Creek, CO. ‘Gold is a speculator’s dream because there’s so many ways that ... (read more)

 
 
Precious Metals Summit

Precious Metals Summit
From Sept. 18-20 join the Kitco News team at the Precious Metals Summit in Beaver Creek, Colorado. The invite-only event connects institutional investors and executives of major mining companies with prospective explorers and developers on the junior side. Kitco News was given exclusive access to the event and will be interviewing key players in the mining space. “The Summit is the place to discover emerging growth companies with the potential to provide high-octane future returns,” the conference website writes.

 

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