2013-08-23 — financialpost.com
Ned Goodman, founder and chief executive officer of holding company Dundee Corp., shed the last of his bank shares after forecasting global inflation will make investments such as gold stocks and organic beef more rewarding.
Miners of precious metals are "dirt cheap," Goodman said. The largest single stake, or 10 percent, of the C$50 million Goodman Gold Trust is invested in Toronto-based Barrick Gold Corp., the world's largest producer of the metal. The Trust dropped 48 percent in the last 12 months; Barrick dropped 52 percent.
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