People who have invested in gold in recent years could be set to benefit if share prices catch up with Gold Prices.
That is according to Meera Patel, who said in an article for Hargreaves Lansdown that while the price of the precious metal had significantly outstripped that of its share prices, a catch-up could herald a windfall for the investor.
She said: "While the gold price is up 64% over the last three years, gold shares are up by only 20% over the same period. If gold shares make up some of the lost ground, investors could benefit."
Moving from individual investment trends to national purchases, Jeff Clark, senior editor of Casey's Gold & Resource Report suggests that India could be in line for a significant purchase of Gold Bullion.
He said: "Given the countrys historic propensity to own gold, it's not a stretch to think the yellow metal will be high on the list of 'strategic investments'."
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