Gold Miner Says Investors Prefer Hedging Against Inflation With Gold, Not Crypto

Gold Miner Says Investors Prefer Hedging Against Inflation With Gold, Not Crypto

The CEO of a Canada-headquartered gold mining company, Mark Bristow, has insisted that gold currently has little downside risk. He also highlighted the precious nature of the metal and how it is a better alternative store of value than cryptocurrencies. Better Inflation Hedge Mark Bristow, the CEO of Canada-based Barrick Gold Corp., recently argued that gold has little downside risk and investors seeking to hedge against inflation will pick the precious metal over cryptocurrencies, a report has said. The CEO made these comments despite some analysts predicting that the precious metal will....


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