Is Platinum Treading The Gold Path?

- November 3rd, 2009

Barrick Gold has confirmed that it has dropped plans to develop the Sedibelo platinum project in South Africa. Not to worry. The story for the metal has only just begun. Jim Rogers, the renowned investor, has been quoted as saying, “Buy value, wait for a catalyst, sell hysteria.” This sage advice perfectly describes the present … Continued

Barrick Gold has confirmed that it has dropped plans to develop the Sedibelo platinum project in South Africa. Not to worry. The story for the metal has only just begun.

Jim Rogers, the renowned investor, has been quoted as saying, “Buy value, wait for a catalyst, sell hysteria.”

This sage advice perfectly describes the present investment opportunities in platinum.

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