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Dawn of the Decade: When Will Gold's Run End?

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John Cassimatis on the future of metals in 2010.

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So long 2009. It's been a wild year, but now everyone's attention is on the future.

Minyanville sat down with 15 of our professors to get their take on what to expect in 2010. What will be the dominant themes for the year? Which companies or sectors could be hot? Where is the dollar headed? Will gold's run ever stop?

Check out Minyanville's Dawn of the Decade page for answers to all this and more.

Featured Interview: John Cassimatis


John Cassimatis is an independent trader who specializes in gold and silver.

We asked John about his current thoughts on gold versus the dollar, and when he thinks gold could peak. In addition, John spoke about why adding silver to your portfolio could be a smart play, but why he avoids palladium.

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