Gusto for Gold Mines
The gold mining industry has a glittering future, but rising gold prices are only part of the story. It’s been a good year for gold. Gold spot prices hit $1,360 per ounce in early August, up 28% percent since the beginning of the year, buoyed by low interest rates and more recently, demand from investors seeking a safe haven from Brexit-related economic uncertainty. But for equities-minded investors, it’s worth considering the miners behind the metal. Read More
Gold: Plan B
The aftershock of the surprise Brexit mess continues amid political turmoil and contagion concerns. Longer term, there is no question that the fears are justified but amazingly, no one had a Plan B. The dirty little secret is that change is coming and the markets are unprepared. Trump for President – swipe right? Gold is a good thing to have, a Plan B for everything. John Ing, Maison Placements Canada, continues to expect a $1,400 gold price near term and a $1,600 price over the intermediate-term with an ultimate target at $2,200 an ounce. Read More
4 Gold Stocks Analysts Want Their Clients Buying for 2017
The year 2016 has been a continued bull market, now marking seven and a half years of gains from the V-bottom in March 2009. Perhaps even more unexpected in 2016 was the fury of the gold bulls, with gold rising from $1,060 per ounce to over $1,350. This was greatly unexpected at the start of 2016, and now some of the key gold stocks have risen and risen in 2016. Some have year-to-date gains in excess of 100% – and even 200%!
Jana Exits Gold In Second Quarter As Price Rises To 2-Year High
Jana Partners dissolved its share stake in the world's biggest gold exchange-traded fund (ETF) in the second quarter of 2016 as bullion prices rose to two-year highs, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filings showed on Monday.
Jay Taylor: Turning Hard Times Into Good Times
Are We Nearing the End of a 34-Year Paper Asset Bull Market?
John Rubino, and Michael Oliver are Jay Taylor's guests. Several leading hedge fund managers are calling an end to the bull market in stocks and bonds. For example, Bill Gross recently said people should buy things the Fed has not yet bought like gold and land. Of course, Wall St. propaganda will suck in the last dollar available from the pockets of an impoverished and shrinking middle class. Oliver's excellent momentum work says we are nearing the end of the secular bull market in U.S. sovereign debt and a sharp rise in interest rates lies ahead of us. The Fed's tool left is "helicopter money." Will that lead to hyperinflation and dollar destruction? Is that why Bill Gross and other notable hedge fund managers are telling people to sell financial assets and buy gold? We will ask John to opine, Michael to update us on the latest revelations from his momentum work..
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Major Metrics Indicate Gold Miner No Flash in the Pan
Investors always need to watch for breakout trends in specific sectors of the market. At the moment, gold stocks are getting a fair amount of well-deserved attention from our analysts. Iamgold is turning the corner towards profitability after navigating through a challenging period.
Allen Sykora is Senior Reporter for Kitco News provides corporate Updates on First Majestic Silver, Alamos Gold, Klondex, SEMAFCO, Franco-Nevada, Iamgold, NewCastle Gold, Jaguar Mining, Dundee Precious Metals and Fortuna Silver Mines.
Red-Hot Rally In Gold and Silver Cools Streaming Deal Bonanza
Soaring gold and silver prices have clipped a deal-making spree for metals streaming companies – the mining financiers that provided a lifeline to the cash-strapped industry in recent years
What to Ask Before Investing in Natural Resource Stocks
Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott Global Resource Investments Ltd., says that the ‘management interview’ is critical before investing in any junior resource company. Here are the questions to ask before investing.
Brent Cook Reveals His Rules and Guidelines for Evaluating Junior Exploration Projects and Companies
Independent exploration analyst, Brent Cook and a number of his accomplished friends have compiled a list of “must read” rules and guidelines for evaluating junior exploration projects and companies.