Daniela Cambone

Daniela Cambone is the Editor-in-Chief for Kitco News. With over a decade of international experience, Daniela covers prominent industry events and interviews a number of leading analysts, financiers and political leaders for Kitco News. She began her career covering the Canadian financial landscape and later worked in Rome for five years reporting on the political and financial scene. Daniela holds a BA in Broadcast Journalism and a MA in Journalism & Communications.

Recent Articles By The Author

G7 Will Provide More Sound Bytes Than Fireworks Says Kevin O'Leary

G7 Will Provide More Sound Bytes Than Fireworks Says Kevin O'Leary

Capital is leaving Canada like "rats abandoning a ship".

Gold to Skyrocket as Italian Rebellion Unfolds

Gold to Skyrocket as Italian Rebellion Unfolds

There is currently a wave of populism riding in Italy that is sure to bring more volatility to the markets, and with financial unrest comes a surge in gold, this according to Frank Holmes, CEO of U.S. Global Investors.

2010-Style Crisis Approaches: Prepare For Flight To Safety

2010-Style Crisis Approaches: Prepare For Flight To Safety

A debt-crisis similar to what Europe saw in 2010-2012 looms on the horizon, and investors should position their portfolio with risk-off assets, this according to Will Rhind, CEO of GraniteShares.

Gold Is Plagued By Disinterest - U.K. Top Fund Manager

Gold Is Plagued By Disinterest - U.K. Top Fund Manager

Investors don't care about gold, and precious metals are suffering as a result, this according to Ian Williams, CEO of Charteris, one of the best performing funds in the U.K. across all sectors.

Warren Buffett Just Doesn't Get Bitcoin Says Crypto Pioneer

Warren Buffett Just Doesn't Get Bitcoin Says Crypto Pioneer

The visionary behind Genesis Mining - the world's largest cloud bitcoin miner has a strong response for billionaire investor Warren Buffett, who just last week called the crypto currency, "rat poison squared."

Gold Owes Everything to Investor Interest

Gold Owes Everything to Investor Interest

Gold's price rally has been a product of demand-side economics, and there is still a considerable amount of interest in gold that is not fully tapped, according to Tom Brady, chief economist at Newmont Mining.

Hold On, Gold Is Not Done Falling

Hold On, Gold Is Not Done Falling

Major catalysts are in place to weigh down on gold's price.

Normal 'May Doldrums' for Gold

Normal 'May Doldrums' for Gold

Gold is unlikely to see any upward movement until the second half of the year, said Frank Holmes, CEO of U.S. Global Investors.

How One Strategist Uses Futures To Hedge Positions

How One Strategist Uses Futures To Hedge Positions

Investors should seek downside protection when buying gold, said Phil Streible, senior mark analyst at RJO Futures.

Enjoy This Market Hoorah Before the Worst Correction of Your Lifetime

Enjoy This Market Hoorah Before the Worst Correction of Your Lifetime

Enjoy the market euphoria while it lasts warns the legendary investor , next year will be 'ugly.'