All precious metals will see solid gains this year, but the likeliest best performers will be silver, followed by platinum and gold, said Frederic Panizzutti, managing director at MKS.
Despite a slower start to the year, gold is still on track to hit new all-time highs, Panizzutti told Kitco News last week.
“We expect gold to perform well. Gold to reach new highs at $2,300. All in, platinum, silver, and gold would be the top three performers,” he said. “Both silver and platinum have been lagging. This gap could attract some investment and speculative interest”.
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