Gold at $10,000 Isn't Crazy | ETF Trends

By Frank Holmes, CEO and Chief Investment Officer at US Global Investors

Frank Holmes believes that gold soaring to $10,000 an ounce wouldn’t be crazy. Why could the metal go that high without significant political turmoil? Frank says it would be due to the abuse of printing money and the growing amount of negative-yielding debt globally. Gold is also driven by strong seasonal demand out of India during Diwali and wedding season.

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