This should have been a great year for gold.  Here's why it isn't.

This should have been a great year for gold. Here’s why it isn’t.

Investors had expected sticky inflation to lift gold prices this year. Instead, the opposite happened.

The most actively traded gold contract is on track to decline for six straight months, down 14% over that period so far. That’s a significant drop for an asset that’s supposed to be a haven and marks the longest losing streak since September 2018, when prices fell 9.9% in six months.

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