Charlie Morris, head of absolute return at HSBC Global Asset Management, says gold remains the most powerful trend in the world and his team's forecast of $2,600 an ounce still looks realistic. However, investors should not ignore the opportunities in silver, nor investing in gold mining stocks - both of these are undervalued. Physically backed ETFs and actively managed funds are a good way to gain exposure to both bullion and gold mining stocks, he said.
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