Gold Stocks

Gold stocks are a speculative stock market sector specifically dealing with publicly traded gold miners and exploration companies. They fall under the category of risk-capital equity securities and, because their underlying businesses are based on a resource commodity, are mostly considered to be speculative.

Up until recently, gold stocks have been good performers on the stock market, following the spot price of gold commensurately. The current market for gold stocks is subdued due to the significant price consolidation taking place in the gold market. In addition, higher production costs on an industry-wide basis have made profitability more difficult for many gold mining companies.

Gold stocks come in all sizes and market capitalizations. Some large-cap gold miners offer shareholders quarterly dividends. Many micro-cap explorations companies are just that; they raise money to explore for gold and then come back to raise additional money if they find the precious metal in sufficient deposits to warrant building a mine.


Top 3 Gold Dividend Stocks in 2015

By Saturday, May 2, 2015

Pro_Con_May_2_2015_WEB_volsky_imageThe top gold dividend stocks have maintained regular dividend distributions to shareholders, despite a 40% decline in gold prices since 2011. More impressive is that the gold stocks on this list have managed to cut costs and increase production—making them the top gold dividend stocks to watch in 2015.1. Sibayne Gold Limited (NYSE/SBGL). Read More

Top 4 Gold Stocks in 2015

By Thursday, March 19, 2015

Top Gold StocksWith gold prices beaten down, now might be a great time to look at undervalued gold stocks.Gold Prices Under PressureAfter a meteoric rise to $1,923 per ounce, gold prices have come under serious pressure. Currently trading near $1,150 an ounce, gold prices are being held back by “improving” economic indicators, low interest rates,. Read More

Is the Gold Trade Over? Not According to These Metrics

By Thursday, February 5, 2015

Gold TradeAsk anybody about why gold was in a bull market between 2002 and 2012, and they will most likely tell you that it was due to declining interest rates. Now, if you ask anybody if gold is even worth looking at as an investment, you’ll likely be told that it’s useless and does no good for an investor’s portfolio. The rationale given for this. Read More

Three Events Driving Gold Prices Higher in 2015

By Thursday, January 1, 2015

Three Events Driving Gold Prices Higher in 2015Federal Reserve, ECB, China to Drive Gold Prices Upward in 2015Uncertainty and fear are two of the biggest factors that move gold prices. If they increase, investors buy the yellow metal to hedge and protect their wealth. Going into 2015, I see these two factors coming into play and taking the precious metal’s prices higher.At the very. Read More

If There Ever Was a “Buy Low, Sell High” Play, This Is It

By Thursday, February 13, 2014

Only Place I See Value in this Stock Market TodayWhen it comes to investing, history has taught us one very important lesson: ideal buying opportunities are formed when there’s significant pessimism towards an investment. In other words, to make it really big, you need to have the guts to buy an investment when everyone else is selling it…when it’s completely out of favor with. Read More

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From: Michael Lombardi, MBA
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