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Gold bars are displayed in the Austrian Gold and Silver Separating Plant Oegussa in Vienna.
Gold bars are displayed in the Austrian Gold and Silver Separating Plant Oegussa in Vienna.

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Award-winning fund manager on what's next for gold Add to ...

After a long bull run that saw gold triple in value over four years, investors are wondering what's next for everyone's favourite precious metal.

Lipper Fund award-winning RBC Global Asset Management portfolio manager Chris Beer today took your questions on where gold might be headed and how you can get in on the action.

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