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Ian Ball – Monetary Policy Will be the Main Driver for a Higher Gold Price (Audio)

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Ian Ball – Monetary Policy Will be the Main Driver for a Higher Gold Price (Audio)

 

 

 

 

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Ian discusses his previous experience working with Rob McEwen at Goldcorp and then McEwen Mining. That experience taught him to be open and willing to question your assumptions that drive the business. Alternative ideas may be out of your comfort zone, but they are often better. Investors should watch for more trade disputes and problems in China. However, the most significant driver for gold will likely come from the Federal Reserves policies. Overall, the environment is much healthier now than what we have experienced over the past five years.

 

Courtesy of Palisade Radio

Posted September 25, 2019

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