by Stefania Di Verdi
by Sarah Efron
Time will tell if Nick Barisheff’s new book, $10,000 Gold, belongs in the same category as such overly bullish stock-market books as Dow 36,000 or Dow 100,000 or whether Barisheff will ultimately get the last laugh.
by Jonathan Chevreau
If there’s anything the gold plunge has taught us it’s that there is no single asset class out there that can be considered a true “safe” haven.
The investor sell off in gold continues pushing prices below $1,400 an ounce.
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While ETFs have been stealing the investment spotlight of late, mutual funds remain central to Canadians’ retirement savings.
Most investors should have some exposure to the yellow metal, but how much should you own?
Precious metals equity funds have been on a roll as gold surges higher and higher. Consider these picks if you’re feeling bold.