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By: Chris Marchese, Chief Mining Analyst at GoldSeek.com - 23 February, 2020

Week Ended Feb-21, 2020

Fortuna: 2020 guidance was issued and while Lindero will only have roughly 6 or months of production, operating cash flow will see a significant increase. Silver production is projected to be 7.5m-8.3m oz. from San Jose and Caylloma as well as 41-45k oz. Au from San Jose. AISC/AgEq oz. is projected to $9.6-$11.7/oz. at San Jose and $14.8-$18.1/oz. At Caylloma, however on a net of byproduct basis, both operations will have considerably lower costs. At Lindero, gold production is estimated at 60-80k oz. with AISC between $520-$620/oz. using the mid-point of production and cost guidance and a $1,550/oz. Au average price for the 2H 2020, Lindero should increase operating cash flow by $60m or so...

$AXU $USAS $KOR.to $AG $FSM $KNT.v $GSV $KL $OR $SILV $PAAS $TXG.to $WGO.v

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By: Frank Holmes, US Funds - 19 February, 2020

The Russian government is looking at giving $1 billion in funding from the National Well-Being Fund to help develop the Arctic Palladium project in Siberia, reports Interfax. The project is a joint venture of Norilsk Nickel and Russia Platinum. This is part of Russia’s plan to be the world’s top platinum metals producer, reports Bloomberg. Russia’s biggest gold miner, Polyus PJSC, is focusing on smaller projects and cutting its debt ratio before starting work on Siberia’s Sukhoi Log deposit, which accounts for more than a quarter of Russian gold reserves. Full Story

By: Rambus - 19 February, 2020

Over the last few weeks or so I’ve been writing a lot on the critical inflection point the PM complex was showing us. Today’s price action is an important step in confirming the potential bullish outcome. There is still more work to be done from a longer term perspective but its one step at a time until total confirmation is attained.

Lets start with the daily line combo chart we’ve been following very closely which shows many of the smaller blue trading ranges that are breaking out today. As you know I’ve been looking for one more decline back toward the bottom of the August 2019 trading range to complete a possible 4th reversal point. You can use the HUI as a proxy for the rest of the PM stock indexes which shows where the possible 4th reversal point would be... Full Story

By: Adam Hamilton, CPA, Zeal Research - 14 February, 2020

The bottom line is gold stocks remain stalled, making no progress on balance over the past half-year or so. Despite higher gold prices fueled by geopolitical fears, the major gold stocks are carving lower highs. Gold-stock traders are worried about gold’s anemic gains given the news, so they are wary of deploying big capital into the miners. That caution is wise given gold’s situation, with selling much more likely than buying.

The gold-futures speculators who overwhelmingly drive gold’s price action remain tapped out, their capital firepower for buying exhausted. The Fed’s extreme stock-market levitation has sapped investors’ interest in gold, while the Chinese haven’t been able to do their normal Lunar New Year buying. All that leaves gold and thus its miners’ stocks continuing to face risks for sizable selling. Wait until that runs its course to buy. Full Story

By: Clive Maund - 13 February, 2020

Whilst it must be frustrating for Precious Metals sector investors to watch Tech stocks continuing to “shoot the moon” while PM stocks have mostly done nothing, the chart presented below suggests that this situation won’t persist for much longer.

The 7-month chart for GDX shows it probably completing the Handle of a sizeable Cup & Handle continuation pattern. GDX has stayed above the support level shown as the Handle of the pattern has formed, which has allowed the earlier overbought condition at the start of the year to unwind and moving averages to catch up. Volume has eased over the past several weeks which is also a positive sign. Full Story

By: Dave Kranzler - 11 February, 2020

The Fed is trapped. If it stops adding money to the money supply, the stock market will crash. It’s already extended the repo money printing program twice. The first extension was to February and now it has extended it again to April.

What was billed as a temporary “liquidity problem” in the overnight repo market is instead significant problems developing in the credit and derivative markets to an extent that it appears to be putting Too Big To Fail bank balance sheets in harm’s way. That’s my analysis – the official narrative is that “there’s nothing to see there”. Full Story

By: Adam Hamilton, CPA, Zeal Research - 7 February, 2020

The silver miners’ stocks are looking interesting. While they really lagged silver’s surge on gold’s bull-market-breakout rally last summer, their upleg since remains intact. Gold stocks’ own upleg peaked in early September. And silver itself remains wildly undervalued relative to gold, overdue to mean revert dramatically higher. When that happens during gold’s next upleg, the silver stocks have big potential to soar. Full Story

By: Chris Marchese, Chief Mining Analyst at GoldSeek - 6 February, 2020

Fortuna is cheap on a fundamental basis and looking at a chart going to the resumption of the bull market in early 2016, the stock price has lagged. Lindero, which when in full production will account for roughly 50% of Fortuna’s attributable production at a 85:1 GSR (dropping to roughly 40% at a more normal 60:1 GSR) beginning in 2020. This is important because the gold price is significantly higher relative to early 2016 (silver as well albeit to a much lesser degree). As with any investment there are always risks, the two most important to keep track of regarding Fortuna Silver being geopolitical risk namely Argentina and Mexico to a lesser degree. Full Story

By: Jordan Roy-Byrne CMT, MFTA - 5 February, 2020

The fundamentals for Gold, as we noted last week remain very encouraging but if the Fed is going to cut rates again, it has to be closer to imminent before precious metals respond. Sentiment and now short-term technicals are flashing some warning signs.

The good news is the uptrends are well-intact and will remain so even if these markets correct more and test their 200-day moving averages. Some stocks would correct with the sector and some may not. Full Story

By: Gary Savage - 4 February, 2020

Gold stocks update, are we near our lows?

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