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David Lin

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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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Why $2,000 Palladium May Not Be Out Of The Cards

Why $2,000 Palladium May Not Be Out Of The Cards

Investors Should Forget Gold And Buy This Metal Instead

Investors Should Forget Gold And Buy This Metal Instead

Brace For "Slingshot" Rally; Best Days For Silver Are Yet To Come - CEO

Silver’s rally has yet to come, but the white metal is sitting on solid fundamentals right now said Bradford Cooke, CEO of Endeavour Silver.

Gold Is Best Bet Against "Currency Destruction"

Investors, especially in Europe, should be stockpiling gold now to protect themselves against currency devaluation, said Frank Holmes, CEO of U.S. Global Investors.

Have The Metals Hit A Glass Ceiling? Here’s What It Takes To Break Resistance

The economic backdrop has provided the ingredients for gold to move higher towards $1,400 this year, but the yellow metal needs to break past key resistance levels first, said Bill Baruch, president of Blue Line Futures.

This Millionaire Trader Is Creating "Clones" Through Education

Tim Sykes, millionaire trader whose claim to fame was turning $12,000 of his Bar Mitzvah money into over $5 million, is now devoting his energy on creating “knowledge clones” of himself through teaching.

True Fair Value Of Gold Miners Is 100% Higher

Gold equity stocks are currently trading at a massive discount to their fair value in the market, said Garret Goggin, associate editor of the Gold Stock Analyst.

All Signs Point To Higher Gold Prices, Says Expert

All Signs Point To Higher Gold Prices, Says Expert

This Company Is Paving The Way For Women's Inclusivity In Mining

As the world celebrates International Women’s Day, Friday, one executive in the mining industry said that women have made definitive progress in “small incremental moves” throughout the sector.

We're Only In The First Phase Of A Commodity Bull Cycle, Says Raymond James Fund Manager

According to the “mining clock,” a concept used to measure commodity cycles, we are now in the first third of a bull cycle, said Bob Thompson, senior vice president and portfolio manager of Raymond James.