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Frank Holmes is the CEO and chief investment officer of U.S. Global Investors. Mr. Holmes purchased a controlling interest in U.S. Global Investors in 1989 and became the firm’s chief investment officer in 1999. In 2006, Mr. Holmes was selected mining fund manager of the year by ... more


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Meet 20 Publicly Traded Airport Stocks
Did you know there are no publicly traded airports in the United States? Elsewhere, it’s a different story.
6 Reasons To Invest In Airlines
There’s no doubt 2020 was a rough 12 months for airline stocks, but we believe the investment case remains strong.
Overbought Or Oversold? Tracking Gold’s Moves Using Standard Deviation
Heading into year-end is the yellow metal overbought or oversold? Could it be time to buy or sell?
Tips For Buying Airline Stocks
Airline stocks can be highly volatile compared to the wider market. The daily volatility, or sigma, of airline stocks is +/- 4%. This means the names could rise or fall 4% on any given day and that would be normal.
Pedal To The Metal – Math Says Commodities Could Soar
Pedal to the metal. Copper and iron have both soared since hitting pandemic-lows – and we think they could move even higher.
The “Perfect” Market For Gold
To fight the pandemic economic slump, central banks globally are printing money, which will cause currency debasement and make gold as an asset more attractive. Another factor pushing gold higher is inflation.
Could We Be Measuring Inflation Wrong? What It Means For Gold
What if there were a better way to measure inflation, and what implications would this have on bond yields, gold and more?
Central Banks Are Stocking Up On Gold
Although gold has been struggling to attract investors so far this year, global central bank demand has remained strong with two European nations purchasing gold for the first time in over 20 years.
Gold Demonstrates Its Resilience
The yellow metal just saw its third straight week of gains after tumbling most of the year. Gold should actually be much lower due to rising U.S. bond yields, but is instead showing resilience.
Why Are Individual Investors Flocking To U.S. Treasuries?
Individual investors have a huge appetite for U.S. Treasuries right now. Households were the largest purchaser of U.S. government bonds in the second quarter of this year, with inflows totaling nearly $800 billion.
Industry Consolidation Could See Gold Rise
Frank Holmes believes that gold could be on the rise due to increased merger and acquisition activity, such as mining giants Barrick Gold and Randgold Resources teaming up, which is a telltale sign of an industry finding a bottom.
The State Of Emerging Market Currencies
Emerging market currencies have been falling since the start of the year due to global trade tension and higher oil prices.
60 Second Snapshot: Gold Is A Crowded Trade
Gold is a crowded trade and this week futures on the yellow metal turned net short for the first time since April 2001.
Based On Math Gold Is Set To Rally
When looking at the price from a mathematical standpoint, gold is due for mean reversion, as it is currently down two standard deviations.
Will Russia Win Financially In The World Cup?
Russia has spent an estimated $14 billion to host the 2018 World Cup. After recently hosting the 2014 Winter Olympics, it begs the question: are there any long-term economic benefits for the host nation of a major sports tournament?
China's Tech Industry Continues Expanding
China’s technology industry is exploding as a gross output value of firms is estimated at 20 trillion yuan, or $3 trillion. The Asian nation is home to nine out of the world’s 20 largest tech firms and has more unicorns than any other country.
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