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What Precious Metals’ Technical Levels Indicate

Precious metal mining companies have witnessed a rebound in their prices alongside precious metals. This article will look at a detailed analysis of miners including Royal Gold (RGLD), New Gold (NGD), Agnico-Eagle Mines (AEM), and IAMGOLD (IAG). These stocks have risen 1.3%, 5.2%, 1.8%, and 2.6%, respectively, so far in 2018. The VanEck Vectors Junior Gold Miners Fund (GDXJ) has seen a marginal YTD gain of 1%. (22-0)

Technicals for Mining Shares and How They’re Moving

Precious metals, especially gold, reported good returns for 2017. However, the year was a roller coaster ride due to global and political unrest. Most miners fell in 2017 since they take price directions mostly from the precious metal market performance and the overall equity markets.  (16-1)

Gold: The Slight Correction Is Over

2018-01-10 seekingalpha
Precious metals seem to have bottomed. We should see rising prices over the next month or so. (9-0)

Royal Gold (RGLD) Provides Updates on Operations for Q2

2018-01-10 zacks
Royal Gold, Inc. (RGLD - Free Report) provided an update on second-quarter fiscal 2018 (ended Dec 31, 2017) operations.  During the quarter, RGLD Gold AG, the fully-owned subsidiary of Royal Gold, sold approximately 62,000 gold equivalent ounces consisting of approximately 52,000 gold ounces, 470,000 silver ounces and 800 tons of copper related to its streaming agreements. The company ended the quarter with 14,000 ounces of gold and 273,000 ounces of silver and 400 tons of copper in its inventory. (6-0)

What’s the 3-Year Correlation between Miners and Gold?

Gold is the most influential precious metal, and most miners follow its price trends. For our correlation analysis, we are comparing the mining stocks to gold. In this part of the series, we’ll look at Royal Gold (RGLD), Goldcorp (GG), New Gold (NGD), and Newmont Mining (NEM). We’ll look at the performance of the miners and their correlation to gold over the past three years. (25-0)

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

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)

Gold Kick-Starts 2018 on a High: 4 Growth Gold Stocks to Buy

2018-01-04 zacks
Gold prices hit a three-month high on the last trading day of 2017, drawing curtains on its best yearly performance since 2010. Notably, spot gold was up more than 12% last year. The bullish momentum has continued in 2018 so far with gold currently trending above the psychological level of $1,300 an ounce. The rally has been fueled by a weaker dollar and renewed safe-haven buying prompted by heightened geopolitical tensions. (21-1)

Top 10 Gold Stocks For 2018

2018-01-03 seekingalpha
Every year I list my top gold stocks for the upcoming year. I think these picks will outperform peers, and I use the VanEck gold miners index as a benchmark index. (14-1)

How Miners Correlate to Gold

Gold is regarded as the most influential precious metal, and most miners follow its price trends. For our correlation analysis, we are comparing the mining stocks to gold. In this part of the series, we’ll look at Royal Gold (RGLD), Goldcorp (GG), Sibanye Gold (SBGL), and Gold Fields (GFI). (3-1)

Ex-Dividend Alert: Royal Gold Raised its Dividend by 4.2%; Will Trade Ex-Dividend on January 04, 2018

2018-01-03 accesswire
LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / January 03, 2018 / Active-Investors has a free review on Royal Gold, Inc. (NASDAQ: RGLD) following the Company’s announcement that it will begin trading ex-dividend on January 04, 2018. To capture the dividend payout, investors must purchase the stock a day prior to the ex-dividend date that is by latest at the end of the trading session on January 03, 2018. Active-Investors has initiated due-diligence on this dividend stock.

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Amex, Cellectis, ForeScout, Mastercard, Mueller Water, PG&E, Party City, Regeneron, Visa and More

2017-12-28 247wallst
Stocks have hit all-time highs too many times to easily count in 2017. The bull market is now nearing nine years old, and 2017 only has two trading session remaining before 2018 starts. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 25% and the S&P 500 is up almost 20% if you include dividends. The one trend that has prevailed for investors has been to buy all market pullbacks. Investors are also continuing to look for new investing and trading ideas to generate gains and income into 2018. (59-0)

BRIEF-Royal Gold Receives Operational Update From Mount Milligan

2017-12-27 reuters

How the US Dollar Is Expected to Play on Gold Prices in 2018

2017-12-27 marketrealist
While gold might benefit briefly from the new year rally, a large portion of the remaining performance will depend on the outlook for the US dollar (UUP). Dollar-denominated assets such as gold and oil become cheaper when the value of the US dollar falls, and vice versa. (47-0)

Can Gold Repeat Its Rally in the New Year?

2017-12-27 marketrealist
Year-to-date, gold prices have risen 9% as of December 18, 2017. Its performance is not what we expected. In 3Q17, gold breached the $1,300 per ounce level when geopolitical tensions between the United States and North Korea came to the forefront. Since then, gold prices have mostly gone downhill. Factors such as a strong US labor market, economic growth, recovery of the US dollar (UUP), and Congress passing the US tax reform bill were the main factors that led to the weakness in gold. (13-0)

Royal Gold: Streaming Companies Made Investors Richer in 2017

2017-12-26 marketrealist
The returns for royalty and streaming companies in 2017 have surpassed the actual miners (GDX) by a huge margin. In royalty and streaming, companies don’t actually dig metals out of the ground like their mining peers; they provide upfront financing to these miners in exchange for rights to production streams. While royalty companies provide exposure to precious metals, they do so at considerably lower risk than if they mined the metals. (52-0)

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