CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now traders discuss what's driving the gold rally, with Anthony Grisanti, GRZ Energy President, and Brian Stutland, Equity Armor Investments CIO.
A new bull market in gold is setting in as financial risks abound, VanEck's Joe Foster said Wednesday.
Blackstone Vice Chairman Byron Wien discusses what’s troubling to portfolio managers, market turmoil and says the only asset that seems to be working right now is gold.
With gold surging this morning to its highest level in more than two years, VanEck International Investors Gold Fund chief strategist Joseph Foster weighs in on the latest and calls it "the beginning of a new bull market for gold."
Wells Fargo's head of real asset strategy, John LaForge, believes the yellow metal is stuck in a "bear super cycle" that will eventually bring it down.
Anticipating the next move by the Federal Reserve, and the outlook for the markets in the face of Brexit, with Anthony Chan, JPMorgan Chase.
Ayers Alliance Securities's Jonathan Barratt explains why investors should buy gold, iron ore and oil.
U.S. Treasury yields may be plumbing record lows, but don't look for the bottom yet, said Thomas Lee, managing partner at Fundstrat Global Advisors.
Gold hit more than two-year highs on Wednesday as equities fell and some bond yields slid.
CNBC contributor Mike Khouw looks into a $6 million bet on gold.
Russ Koesterich, BlackRock, discusses the gold trade and how investors should view the commodity.
Michael Widmer, metals strategist at BofAML Global Research, talks about the market performance of silver, gold and other commodities and whether the rally will continue.
Gold and silver prices generally move inversely to the U.S. dollar, which is expected to remain weak, says Strategic Intelligence's Jim Rickards.
Gold was near $1,350 an ounce on Tuesday after the previous day's rally ran out of steam.
Silver prices hit a two-year high above $21 per ounce on Monday, as precious metals continue to gain from the safe-haven rally following the U.K. referendum.
Matthew Turner, precious metals analyst at Macquarie Securities, says investors are buying gold because of central bank easing policies.
Gold prices may hit all-time highs in the next 18 months amid low global bond yields, a fund manager told CNBC on Monday.
Gold rose as political turmoil following Brexit supported prices after activity in China pushed them back towards last week's high.
Marc Faber, editor and publisher of "The Gloom, Boom and Doom Report" told CNBC there are some stocks worth owning in the face of a big bubble.
The U.K.'s vote to leave the EU in a referendum has boosted precious metals as investors flock to safe-haven assets such as gold and silver.