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#IGCommodityChat: Gold

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What is the future of gold? 

After the recent success of the #IGCryptoChat and #IGForexChat we'd love you to join us on Thursday 22 November at 1pm (UK time) to discuss the future of gold on our first in a three part series on commodities for our #IGCommodityChat. 

We’re sitting down with professional investor Simon Popple and Ross Normal, CEO of Sharps Pixley, to discuss what the future might be for gold markets, and giving you the chance to ask him questions as part of a live Q&A.

Gold discussion topics

The discussion will cover a wide range of topics that relate to gold, including:

  • Could companies halt operations if the cost of gold falls too low?
  • How does a lack of new deposit discoveries impact the price of gold?
  • Where is the demand for gold coming from?
  • Why does the price of gold respond to market volatility?
  • What is the relationship between gold and the US dollar?
  • What are the gold stocks to watch at the moment?


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Thanks, Caseynotes. A very interesting video. My impression is that nothing much will happen to gold until the people who are presently happy with their holding of 0.5%-backed electronic gold get nervous and then start to buy the real stuff that Ross was holding in his hand.

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