Gold falls on Monday as the yellow metal is poised for its worst year in three decades, but RBC Capital Markets Precious Metals Strategist George Gero says positives remain for the yellow metal in 2014. Upside includes a weakening stock market, unforeseen economic events and stronger-than-expected economic recoveries that could spur inflation. TheStreet's Joe Deaux has the latest on why prices are sinking on Monday and what investors can expect heading into the new year.

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