by Jason Simpkins
The metal touched a two-year high in July around $1,380 per ounce.
It’s up 27%, nearly $300 per ounce, so far this year, posting its strongest first-half price gain since 1980.
And on Tuesday, gold enjoyed its best one-day gain since June’s Brexit poll surprised markets
There’s been some volatility, for sure. And that will continue as the Federal Reserve continues to waver on monetary policy. But gold’s underlying strength is quite real.