Investors are focused on whether or not the current issues in emerging markets will turn into a full-blown crisis.
UBS expects double-digit percentage losses in the precious metal over the next 12 months.
Shares in just about anything related to the precious metal have plunged over the last year. But rising inflation may revive the sector.
Prices of the precious metal tumbled as low as $1,280 an ounce following news of the government shutdown earlier this week.
The number of shares sold short in this South African gold and copper producer surged almost 90%.
These precious metals are strongly correlated, but they serve different purposes. Here's what investors need to know.
The yellow metal is on the rebound, but investing in miners -- whose shares have been punished -- could be the most lucrative way to play this trend.
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