Bitcoin is still not as relevant as gold as an investable asset.
The middle class is selling their gold to buy iPhones and pay off debt says Echobay's Lanci.
Gold's rally has not been driven by cryptocurrency outflows, says Frank Holmes.
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Bitcoin may have taken a chunk out of gold demand but Sean Boyd, CEO of Agnico Eagle Mines (AEM), thinks the crypto craze will work to the yellow metal's advantage.
Famed investor and best-selling author Jim Rogers says that he has seen a lot of bubbles in his career, but that Bitcoin is in a league of its own.
The metal is holding on to modest gains Thursday leaving some investors wondering whether this rally is here to stay or a momentary bounce.
Oversupply in inventory and a slowdown in Chinese economic growth will weigh down on copper prices in 2018, says Wells Fargo.
Gold has had a $200 range over the past year and is now back where it started
President of Blue Lines Futures says "gold is not dead."