A leading expert on the precious metal's prices says they won't soon return to the highs seen in 2011.
Gold miners, Australia and Japan are interesting plays, but the prospect of Fed tapering will be the dominant theme.
These exchange traded funds will almost certainly be in play.
A review of Leon Cooperman's 13-F filing shows that no investor has a perfect track record.
A day after the spot price spurted 3% higher and took out overhead resistance, investors wonder if this move is the real deal.
At long last, the precious metals are turning higher for the first time since last summer.
Depending on whom you ask, the precious metal is either about to collapse or is on the threshold of a massive move higher.
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