Gold – Things are upside down in the gold market. Valuations are irrationally low, while global consumerism fuels demand and supply comes up short. Lawrence Roulston, editor and publisher of Resource Opportunities, advises people to trust their guts as well as the numbers when weeding through prospective investments. In this interview with The Gold Report, he skirts around conspiracy theories regarding the recent gold sell-off and keeps his advice simple: lower expectations, get rid of poorly performing investments and load up on the companies going cheap. If you push against the trend, you might come out with your feet on the ground.
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Gold – Cost inflation, combined with a lower gold price, is forcing major producers to make some hard decisions.
Gold – A brief overview of the history of gold mining in British Columbia, Canada and three notable companies operating there.
Gold – Money: mining companies need it and investors want to know what companies will use that money to make them money. An innovative conference sponsored by the Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration (SME) called "Current Trends in Mining Finance—An Executive's Guide: What Are Lenders, Investors Looking For?" brought together about 145 experts who were actively funding and running companies for answers. In this interview with The Gold Report, SME Executive Director David Kanagy and Conference Co-Chair Tim Alch share some insights about alternative funding that could help more companies survive the year.
Gold – Investors were shaken by the market's death-defying drop and recovery in a matter of minutes recently. But the "tweet retreat" hasn't changed the reasons why investors need gold companies in their portfolio. Ryan Walker, a mining analyst with Casimir Capital in Toronto, tells investors to look past the headlines to what underpins the market. In this interview with The Gold Report, Walker says that all that cash pumped into the economy at some point has to start driving inflation.
Gold – When the metals markets tumbled in mid-April, The Gold Report reached out to "the original investor bug" and author of The Dines Letter, James Dines, for perspective. He predicted a crash in commodity prices two years ago based on his analysis of a weak Chinese economy. Next, he says, will be a bond market bust once interest rates start to climb. This will lead to "a stampede to get out of bonds like a herd of elephants attempting to exit through a revolving door." How can investors protect themselves? That is Dinesism #38.
Gold – Up to 100 miners have died in a tragic mine collapse in Sudan, according to updated media reports on the story.
Gold – Goldcorp is sticking to its plan of increasing production while gradually bringing costs under control, the world's largest gold miner by current market value said Thursday in response to a negative earnings report.
Gold – Gold prices are down in the short term, but the commodity metal is here to stay, says geologist Joe Mazumdar. In this interview with The Gold Report, the Canaccord Genuity analyst assesses the current situation and compares the performance potential of the majors with the mid caps. He backs up his analysis and predictions with a few solid companies that are positioned to weather the storm.
Gold – Gold fell sharply last month, but now investors are taking an interest in physical gold.