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Gold and the gold industry had a very strong April and broad, systemic risks may benefit the gold market.
Gold holds its own during market sell-off; best and worst case outlook scenarios for the economy and the market as a whole.
While the outcome of this most recent market sell-off and related pandemic are yet-to-be-seen, we remain optimistic about the outlook for gold and gold stocks in the near-term.
Coronavirus concern was the dominant driver across markets in February, and gold was no exception. However, historically, gold stocks have experienced a quick rebound in a panic.
Recent geopolitical events lead to a rise in gold prices; ESG ratings often punish gold companies for factors beyond their control.