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By: Gold Resource Corporation - 29 January, 2020

Mr. Reid continued, “It is also exciting to add heap leachable and recoverable gold ounces from deep in our Isabella Pearl mine at the oxide-sulphide boundary. Intercepts including twenty-five meters of eighteen grams gold and eighty-four meters of eight grams gold are multiples of the one gram per tonne gold we are currently mining in the top of this deposit. This underscores the much higher-grade gold we expect to mine and process at our Isabella Pearl mine in the years to come.” Full Story

By: Stewart Thomson, Graceland Updates - 28 January, 2020

- The question most gold bugs are probably asking themselves right now is this: How high must gold bullion go before the gold stock ETFs stage their own key breakouts and rally alongside gold?

- The answer, quite simply, is: Higher than the price is today. Disappointment and surprise are part of investing.

- So is diversification, and at the 2008 lows I was emphatic that the US stock market had to be bought. Now, I recommend investors lighten up, but don’t go 100% to the sidelines. Full Story

By: Adam Hamilton, Zeal Research - 24 January, 2020

The bottom line is gold-miner valuations remain quite low. Last summer’s gold-stock upleg was truncated prematurely before gold stocks’ strong leverage to gold hit full stride. So the gold miners’ stocks failed to reach overvalued levels relative to gold, helping them consolidate high since. And on a long-term basis, the gold stocks are still cheap compared to the metal they mine which overwhelmingly drives their profits.

The hefty gold-mining earnings are likely to grow even larger in Q4 results. But near-term downside risks still abound given speculators’ excessively-bullish positioning in gold futures. Gold stocks will follow and amplify gold’s price trends, regardless of their fundamentals. But once gold-futures selling normalizes the specs’ bets, the gold stocks ought to be screaming buys ahead of gold’s next upleg. Be ready to deploy for that. Full Story

By: Gold Resource Corp. - 22 January, 2020

“2019 was not only a record gold production year for Gold Resource Corporation, but the Company is well positioned to substantially increase our gold production profile further in 2020,” Gold Resource Corporation CEO and President, Mr. Jason Reid, stated. “Our Nevada Mining Unit’s Isabella Pearl mine reached commercial production in October 2019 meeting its first production target by producing 5,502 gold ounces during the fourth quarter. Also during the quarter we successfully commissioned the hot side of the ADR process plant and began pouring dore bars on site. We continue to ramp up Nevada Mining Unit production and plan to update shareholders regarding our 2020 consolidated production targets in the near future.” Full Story

By: Adam Hamilton, Zeal Research - 19 January, 2020

The bottom line is gold stocks have been wavering in a high consolidation only because gold has mostly done the same. The gold miners can’t break out to the upside without sustained higher gold prices. But that’s really unlikely given speculators’ record excessively-bullish bets and investors continuing to sell on balance despite gold’s recent geopolitical spike. That investment selling will likely trigger big gold-futures selling.

That would force the gold stocks to roll over into a real correction, breaking down to the downside. That’s normal after major uplegs in this gold bull, rebalancing sentiment way more quickly than drifting sideways can. Gold-stock traders must remain wary until speculators’ extreme gold-futures positioning finally gets normalized through big selling. That will usher in the buy-low opportunities before gold’s next major upleg. Full Story

By: Peter Degraaf - 15 January, 2020

Featured is the US dollar index. Price is declining inside the brown channel. The supporting indicators are negative. The brown arrow points to a 'bear cross'. A close below the blue arrow will send price looking for support at the bottom of the channel. A declining dollar will be of benefit to gold and silver. Full Story

By: Rambus - 14 January, 2020

I expect the stronger PM stocks to decline much less than the weaker ones showing relative strength. For now I feel more comfortable just going to cash and wait for the next setup that may come at the possible 4th reversal point in many of the PM stocks. If one is long term bullish then you can ride out this consolidation phase or sell some of your weaker PM stocks to raise a little cash to be able to hopefully buy some bargains when the time is right. Full Story

By: Mike Gleason, Money Metals - 12 January, 2020

Everything's going up. Okay? So everything's going to continue to go up. The banks are going to throw up roadblocks. We've already got 800,000 contracts of open interest Comex gold. So, I don't know how far gold will go. $1,650? Maybe if it kind of gets rolling, it can go to $1,750 this year. That'd be a pretty good year from where we are. Where I think the real interest should be, for people that want to either have some fun, make some trading fiat currency that then they can buy more physical metal, that kind of thing ... I mean start looking into whether or not you have exposure to the mining shares, not just the big companies, but the medium juniors and the explorers, that kind of stuff, because as global asset managers, who have all this cash, and they're always looking for a place to go. Once the GDX, the DDXJ, the HUI begin to make new highs versus 2016, the floodgates are going to open and money's going to come pouring into the sector and it all has to pass through a little tiny funnel because there's only so many places it can go. Full Story

By: Adam Hamilton, CPA, Zeal Research - 3 January, 2020

The bottom line is gold stocks’ Christmas breakout rally looks like a mid-correction head fake. Gold’s own driving downtrend-breakout rally wasn’t fueled by sustainable investment buying. Instead speculators were aggressively piling into gold-futures longs. But since that catapulted those upside bets back up near all-time-record highs, their buying firepower is effectively tapped out. There’s little left to fuel further gold gains.

With investors not materially buying gold and gold-futures speculators no longer able to, odds are gold’s breakout surge is going to fizzle out and roll over. That’s going to unleash serious normalization selling in gold futures that will likely cascade. The resulting gold selloff will certainly yank the rug out from under the surging gold stocks. They face major near-term downside if gold’s shallow and short correction resumes. Full Story

By: Bob Moriarty - 27 December, 2019

No other precious metal ETF that I know of has such a sizeable weighting in royalty and streaming companies—the “smart money” of the metals and mining industry. As I see it, this is the key contributor to GOAU’s outperformance.

GOAU is also more focused and concentrated. Whereas GDXJ has as many as 74 constituents, GOAU has only 30 names, or approximately 2.5 times fewer.

Bottom line: If you invest in gold equities and ETFs, or if you’re planning on doing so, you really owe it to yourself to at least check GOAU out. Don’t get stuck in a dumb product like GDXJ.
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