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Millrock Provides Corporate Update for 2018 and Yearly Review for 2017

2018-01-15 marketwired
VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - January 15, 2018) - Millrock Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE: MRO) (OTCQX: MLRKF) ("Millrock" or "the Company") is pleased to provide an update on its exploration activities, an overview of the Company's goals and growth plans for 2018, as well as a review of 2017 accomplishments. (7-0)

2 Gold Stocks With High Discretionary Cash And Greater Debt Capacity

2018-01-12 seekingalpha
Discretionary cash is critical to Barrick Gold and Kinross Gold to sustain their growth capex and debt capacity. (41-0)

Deep In The Heart Of Africa, Unearthing Treasure, Ivanhoe Mines Stands Apart

2018-01-12 seekingalpha
How a Vancouver-based exploration juggernaut came to control three of the richest mines the world has ever known. What I learned about mining and how I came to chase the reef. (92-1)

Is Analyst Sentiment for Barrick Gold Turning Bearish?

2018-01-11 editors.aws.marketrealist
In this series, we’ll discuss analyst ratings and recommendations for gold miners, starting with Barrick Gold. Of the 24 analysts covering Barrick Gold (ABX), only 29% have “buy” recommendations on the stock. Among the senior miner stocks (GDX), Barrick has the lowest percentage of “buy” recommendations. 63% of the analysts rate the stock as a “hold.” The remaining 8% recommend a “sell” for Barrick’s stock. (40-0)

A Look at Miners’ Correlation Trends

2018-01-11 editors.aws.marketrealist
Gold is the most prominent among the precious metals, and the other three tend to take a directional move from gold. In this part of the series, we’ll look at the correlation movement of miners AngloGold Ashanti (AU), Hecla Mining (HL), Kinross Gold (KGC), and Eldorado Gold (EGO). (32-0)

Research Reports on Trevali Mining, Yamana Gold, First Quantum Minerals, and Kinross Gold

2018-01-11 accesswire
LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / January 11, 2018 / Active-Investors free stock reports for this morning include these Toronto Exchanges' equities from the Metals & Mining industry: Trevali Mining, Yamana Gold, First Quantum Minerals, and Kinross Gold. Access our complimentary up-to-the-minute research reports by becoming an online member now: (19-0)

The Dollar and Its Relationship to Precious Metals

2018-01-11 editors.aws.marketrealist
As we saw in the previous part of this series, interest rates play a significant role in the price determination of precious metals. So does the US dollar. In 2017, the dollar and gold kept a close-knit relationship. They are inversely related since precious metals are dollar-denominated assets, which means their pricing currency is the dollar. So an investor who wants to buy gold often invests in the dollar first. (11-0)

How Is the Dollar Affecting Precious Metals?

2018-01-10 editors.aws.marketrealist
Precious metals witnessed yet another up day on Thursday, January 4. Gold, silver, platinum, and palladium were up 0.77%, 0.59%, 0.67%, and 1.4%, respectively, on Thursday. The rise in these dollar-denominated metals was due to the decline of the US dollar (UUP). (15-0)

CANADA STOCKS-TSX steady as energy stocks gain, materials fall

2018-01-09 reuters
TORONTO, Jan 9 (Reuters) - Canada’s main stock index ended flat on Tuesday, as shares of energy and marijuana producers rose and a real estate trust surged on a buyout offer, balancing a dip in the materials group which was pressured by a drop in gold prices. (96-0)

How Will Inflation Expectations Play on Gold in 2018?

2018-01-08 editors.aws.marketrealist
As discussed in the previous part of this series, the Fed is keenly looking at inflation data to decide on the frequency of rate hikes in 2018. While the Fed kept on stating for some time that the weaker inflation data is transitory, recently it said low inflation is “a mystery” and an “unexplainable surprise.” (30-0)

Which Mining Shares Fell in Correlation to Gold?

2018-01-08 editors.aws.marketrealist
A brief correlation analysis of the major mining shares is important, as they provide indications of the potential price changes in their stock prices with respect to gold. Gold is the most significant of the four precious metals, as the remaining three precious metals tend to follow the price trends in gold. (22-0)

Chart in Focus: Where Is GLD Headed?

2018-01-08 editors.aws.marketrealist
Gold is the most crucial of the four precious metals, as it drives the prices of the remaining three metals. The directional move in gold is mirrored by the SPDR Gold Trust ETF (GLD). This ETF closely tracks the price of gold and is the second-largest exchange-traded fund in the world (28-0)

Gold Prices Start 2018 on a Strong Note: What’s Next?

2018-01-08 editors.aws.marketrealist
In 2017, gold prices returned ~13% in addition to a return of 8.0% in 2016. 2017 represented the best annual gain for gold (GLD) since 2010. Still, its relative performance seemed to lag behind. The S&P 500 gained ~20%, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average Index returned 25%, while overall volatility remained pretty low. (8-0)

Continental Gold's Buritica Project Keeps Getting Better And Better

2018-01-08 seekingalpha
The Buritica mine construction is underway. After it's completed, it should produce 253,000 toz gold per year at an AISC below $500. (7-0)

Gold - A Typical Year-End Buying Opportunity

2018-01-04 seekingalpha
In my last comments on September 15th, gold (GLD) hit my $1360 target and I was contemplating the possibility of a break above $1375. I believed at that time, the best chance for this was in September/October because after that we would enter the typical year end period of gold weakness. As it turned out gold made it no higher than my $1360 target and the year end weakness began to take hold. (93-0)