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By: Dave Kranzler, Mining Stock Journal - 9 July, 2020

The monetary “gods” at the Federal Reserve have created the perfect monetary policy recipe to fuel gold, silver and mining stocks to new all-time highs and beyond. While the bubbleheads in the financial media have been garishly cheerleading the general stock market as it heads to an extreme overvaluation that will not end well, the mining stocks have outperformed the big three stock indices by a considerable margin. As an example, since the March bottom, GDX is up over 100%, while the Nasdaq Composite is up 51.6% and the SPX is up 40%. And the mining stocks are just getting warmed up. Full Story

By: Chris Marchese, Chief Mining Analyst at GoldSeek - 8 July, 2020

Kirkland Lake Gold has been one of the biggest winners over the past 5yrs, propelling itself from a 160k oz. Au producer to what has emerged [along with Endeavour Mining] as the next senior gold producer [1m oz. of production or greater]. Kirkland Lake has a great asset to start, the Kirkland Lake mining complex, notably the Macassa mine, which has taken several years to optimize and will reach full strike in 2023/2024. What has really propelled its stock price in recent years was the acquisition and optimization of Newmarket Gold’s for its cornerstone Fosterville Mine. Kirkland acquired [during the bear market in gold] both St. Andrews Goldfields and Newmarket Gold. Full Story

By: Chris Marchese, Chief Mining Analyst at - 5 July, 2020

Gold had a decent week, crossing $1,800/oz. then backing down. But can it maintain momentum and convincingly pass that level? It seems like some consolidation is is in order for the metal(s) and mining stocks. Whether or not that takes places from a higher level remains to be seen, but be prepared for a pullback. Regardless, unlike the most industries in the world where companies are struggling to maintain past levels of profitability, the gold miners are seeing a great margin expansion and generating significant excess cash and is really the only growth industry [in 2020]. 


By: Gary Tanashian, NFTRH - 5 July, 2020

We have been on a bullish gold mining view for over a year now. Over that time there have been three interruptions, the downward-biased consolidation from August to November 2019, the flash crash (and very constructive gap filling mission) in March and most recently the pullback that logically began in May as broad stock market relief started to fan out to more and more momentum chasers who’d finally gotten the hint that the Fed means to devalue the US currency (in competition to a degree with its global counterparts seeking to do the same), making cash a non-viable investment position (other than for risk management to the bullish asset market atmosphere). Full Story

By: Adam Hamilton, Zeal Research - 5 July, 2020

Gold, silver, and their miners’ stocks suffer their weakest seasonals of the year in early summers. With traders’ attention normally diverted to vacations and summer fun, interest in and demand for precious metals usually wane. Without outsized investment demand, gold tends to drift sideways dragging silver and miners’ stocks with it. Feared as the summer doldrums, sometimes unusual catalysts short-circuit them. Full Story

By: Dave Kranzler - 1 July, 2020

The precious metals sector – gold, silver and mining stocks – is in the early stages of a rabid bull market. The mainstream media has been dead silent on the performance of the precious metals, which is not a surprise to those of us who have been involved in the sector since 2001, when gold bottomed at $250, silver was around $4 and the HUI index was at 45.

Since September 2018, gold has significantly outperformed the stock market. In fact, per this chart below, measured in terms of real money the Dow is in a bear market – down 36.3% since September 2018.. Full Story

By: Rambus - 29 June, 2020

All of these 5 stocks should enjoy powerful extended moves over the next 6-12 months. It’s not too late for any of these as all of the move remains in front us. During this period the PM bull market should experience the POR when the public wakes up and realizes they must own some of these stocks. That’s the time when the bull begins to fully express himself. I emphasize this has not yet occurred and its outright display of power will be humbling to watch. The time to buy and hold is now. Full Story

By: Chris Marchese, Chief Mining Analyst at - 28 June, 2020

With the gold price refusing to be knocked down below the $1,700/oz. level, it finished the weak above $1,750 [spot] and looks to be building a base, readying for its next leg higher. With continued monetary and fiscal malfeasance, showing no signs of abating anytime soon, it Is only a matter of time until new all-time highs in gold are reached. This will bode very well for the mining stocks. The trend higher is intact but the complex should get a boost once Q3 earnings are released, as most companies were impacted to some degree in Q2 due to suspension of operations.


By: Adam Hamilton, Zeal Research - 28 June, 2020

The bottom line is major gold stocks still look undervalued relative to gold today despite their massive post-stock-panic upleg. Ratios of gold-stock prices to prevailing gold levels remain fairly low compared to this gold bull’s own precedent. And they are really low based on historical levels in the years after the last stock panic! This latest post-panic gold-stock upleg has lots of room fundamentally to keep powering higher.

Recent gold-stock technicals support this bullish outlook, with gold stocks consolidating high since their mean-reversion surge stalled out. That price action looks like a healthy mid-upleg pause that’s necessary to rebalance sentiment. The gold miners’ earnings growth is going to be strong in coming quarters after the COVID-19 disruptions to mining operations pass. That should continue to fuel strong gold-stock buying. Full Story

By: Chris Powell, GATA - 24 June, 2020

There may be something to this hypothesis, but it strikes your secretary/treasurer as weak. For if gold goes to the moon in some sort of international currency reset, it is hard to imagine any country, regardless of U.S. swap lines, not at least revising upward its mining royalty requirements.

But even then there might be plenty of money for the miners and their host governments alike. After all, governments are not terribly skilled at managing industrial operations -- even communist China, whose government is said to purchase all domestic gold production, permits some foreign investment in its gold mines. Full Story

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