Investment managers have branded Goldman Sachs' recent call to short gold as "stupid" and "irresponsible", as many predict the yellow metal has further to run or will at least revert back to offering safe-haven characteristics in times of market stress.
Goldman Sachs analysts recently released a note arguing the recent rally in gold, one of the best performing asset classes over the past quarter - up nearly 12%, had been overdone and urging investors...
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