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By Frank Holmes via Iris.xyz You could say gold miners struck gold in 2016. The group, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, finished the year up an amazing 55 percent, handily beating all other asset classes. Miners were followed by commodities at 25 percent and silver at 15 percent. Gold finished up 8.6…
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By SNW Asset Management via Iris.xyz The markets are infatuated with the prospect of stronger U.S. economic growth, and are ready to believe in higher inflation and interest rates as suggested by the pro-growth agenda of President-elect Donald Trump. Since the election, the stock market has rallied and interest rates have risen sharply. Infatuation and puppy…
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