Gold – supported by seasonal strength

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As shown in the chart below, November through February are typically strong months for gold bullion. The yellow metal has since 1970 risen 54% of the time in November, 45% in December, 50% in January and 59% in February.

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Source: Plexus Asset Management.

Also, Frank Holmes of U.S. Global Investors explains in the video clip below how emotional thoughts about gold in China and India affect the price of this precious metal.

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Source: AdvisorTV, December 10, 2010.

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1 comment to Gold – supported by seasonal strength

  • Andrew Whelan

    Frank Holmes is a shocking risk manager. He lost 62% of my personal investment investment in 2008. Disgraceful performance for a so called hedge fund manager.

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