Gold set to snap three-year losing streak with 9% gain

Reuters, via CNBC/12-30-16

“Gold hit a two-week high on Friday on a weaker dollar and was set to close 2016 more than 9 percent higher, snapping three years of declines.

…Silver, up 0.2 percent at $16.18, was on track to end the year 17 percent higher.”

PG View: Late-year pullback not withstanding, it was still a pretty good year for the precious metals. Meanwhile, gains in the three major U.S. stock indexes will range “between 8% and 14%” according to CNNMoney.

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