Over the years, silver has been something of a disappointment to investors. But Dominic Frisby is bullish. Here, he explains why you should sell your gold, and buy silver instead.
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It takes 76 ounces of silver to buy an ounce of gold. Yet the average over the past century has been 40.
The price of gold rose steadily over the summer as international tension fuelled investor demand. Dominic Frisby looks at where it might go next.
Gold received a fillip as Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un hurled threats at each other last week. But there are other bullish factors underpinning the precious metal.
At this time of year the price of gold often gets a boost as demand for the metal picks up.
If you had played the ratio between stocks and gold right over time, you would have profited handsomely, says Dominic Frisby. So which should you buy now: gold or stocks?
It’s been very a disappointing year for gold. Its time will certainly come again, says Dominic Frisby, but for now, a bull market is a very long way off.