Gold prices are down so far this year, but one expert expects a rebound if the dollar rally starts to fade.

"I think gold prices are looking for a catalyst," said Will Rhind, CEO of GraniteShares, the company behind the GraniteShares Gold Bar ETF (BAR) , which tracks gold prices.

He said the recent rise in inflation is good for gold, which is traditionally viewed by investors as a hedge against inflation. 

 

 

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