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Growth, Stocks and Gold

By Ross Norman of Sharps Pixley | Wednesday 8 January 2014


After rising annually for 12 consecutive years, the U.S. Comex gold futures sank 28 percent in 2013 to end at $1,202.30, back to the level in mid-2010. The total gold-backed ETF holdings dropped by a third last year, with the largest Gold ETF, the SPDR Gold Trust, dropping by a whopping 41%. 

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