A 'Great Depression 2.0' would see investors stockpile safe-haven assets.
Gold has been held back by a stronger U.S. dollar but the yellow metal could get a boost if the Federal Reserve reigns in on rate hikes, this according to Chris Mancini, research analyst at Gabelli Funds.
Let's go over how the market is looking today.
There's no straightforward way to invest in gold. Kitco expert Peter Hug explains why.
Gold's price rally has been a product of demand-side economics, and there is still a considerable amount of interest in gold that is not fully tapped, according to Tom Brady, chief economist at Newmont Mining.
Enjoy the market euphoria while it lasts warns the legendary investor , next year will be 'ugly.'
It's a battle of the Shark Tank stars when it comes to gold.
Fundamentals, and not short-term panic attacks, are triggering the gold rally
Gold could see more headwinds as Fed poises for hawkish stance.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer breaks down the market's worries over President Trump's plan to impose steel and aluminum tariffs.