NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- After gold made its low near $1,180 per ounce, it has had a nice bounce to the upside, John Najarian, senior economic adviser for Capital Gold Group, told TheStreet's Joe Deaux.The painful drop in gold, which is coming off its worst quarterly performance, has hurt more than just investors holding the physical metal, he said. The gold miners are also seeing the pain, both on their income statements and in their stock prices.
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