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David Lin

Associate Producer

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David Lin is the Associate Producer for Kitco News. He graduated from McGill University with a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Finance. During his studies at McGill, he served as editor for The Bull & Bear, McGill's business school magazine. Prior to joining Kitco News, he was a macroeconomics researcher for BCA Research. 

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Surge In Silver Demand Leaves U.S. Mint With No Eagle Silver Bullion Coins

The U.S. Mint has temporarily sold out of its 2018 American Eagle Silver Bullion Coins and is currently in the process of producing more.

Viruses Can Now Alter Gold’s Molecular Structure

(Kitco News) - Viruses can have an impact beyond making you sick; it can now transform gold.

Platinum In Freefall; Will It Last?

Platinum plunged on Monday, falling 3% on the day and hitting the lowest level in ten years.

Be Patient, Metals Will See A Comeback: Key Takeaways From Australia’s Largest Mining Convention

If you think that weak gold prices have stalled mining activity and lowered appetites for precious metals all around the world, think again.

Now Is A Good Entry Level For Gold: World Gold Council

Gold’s current price presents an attractive entry point as investors should expect macro trends to boost the yellow metal’s relevance in the coming months, according to the World Gold Council (WGC).

$130 Billion Worth Of Gold Found On Sunken Russian Warship

What’s better than finding the wreckage of a scuttled legendary warship? Finding one filled with $130 billion worth of gold.

Gold To Climb By Year-End, But Expect Fierce Resistance - Capital Economics

The end of 2018 will see gold prices climb slightly higher, but several macroeconomic factors still weigh down on demand for the precious metal, according to a recent research report by Capital Economics.

Is Gold The Answer To The Next Global Financial Crisis?

New risks around Italy leaving the Eurozone could prompt investors to reallocate into risk-free assets, such as gold, according to a report by Rosa & Roubini Associates.

Brace For Global Economic Depression Should Trade War Escalate - John Doody

An escalating trade war could spiral out of control and bring the world to the brink of an economic collapse on the scale of the Great Depression of the 1930s, said John Doody, founder of Gold Stock Analyst.

Gold Won't Take A Beating Forever; Here's What It Takes To Reach $1,400

Gold has been held back by a stronger U.S. dollar but the yellow metal could get a boost if the Federal Reserve reigns in expected rate hikes, this according to Chris Mancini, research analyst at Gabelli Funds.