The Coronavirus panic has gold at its highest price in seven years, and experts think it could go higher, so it may be a good short term investment play.
America's Money Answers Man Jordan Goodman says you can buy coins and other physical gold, but gold-mining shares are attractive too.
"When gold prices go up gold-mining shares go up even more because their cost of production is basically the same but their revenue goes way up as gold goes up so there's a lot of leverage in the gold-mining shares, that's probably the best way to play it, but if gold goes down they go down even faster as well, so there's a lot of volatility there."
Goodman says gold may rise from about $1,650 an ounce to $18 or $1,900 an ounce. But like anything else, there is risk.
"I think it's got a lot more room to go up with the Coronavirus fear; a lot of central banks around the world are buying gold as well and it's kind of a hedge against all this uncertainty we're seeing now."
Some gold experts are even predicting prices will break through the $2,000 barrier and keep rising.