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  • Consider This Silver Miner That Trades At A Discount To Book

    By Vladimir Zernov - August 19, 2013 | Tickers: CDE, EXK, AG

    Precious metals have been under pressure this year, and silver is not an exception. The weakness of global economy and uncertainty about Chinese growth have sent silver from $30 at the beginning of the year to under $20 in July. Since then, the prices have shown positive dynamics. The silver mining stocks have been punished even more than the metal itself. Now that the price environment has seen some changes more »

  • Three Silver Stocks to Consider

    By Hussain Asghar - August 5, 2013 | Tickers: CDE, PAAS, SLW

    For most of the last decade industrial demand for silver has enjoyed an upward trajectory because of a sharp increase in the electrical and electronic sector demand—a key driver for the overall growth of the silver industry is industrial production growth.Silver is used in jewelry, automobiles, solar panels, and many other industrial components.

    The price of silver is inversely related to interest rates—in times when interest rates more »

  • First Majestic Silver: A Royal Opportunity for Long-Term Growth?

    By Michael Ugulini - August 5, 2013 | Tickers: CDE, AG, PAAS

    First Majestic Silver (NYSE: AG) focuses on silver projects in Mexico. Does it represent a quality investing opportunity? Today, I’m considering some aspects of its operations.

    Mexico focus

    First Majestic concentrates on its five producing Mexican mines. Last year, Mexico was the globe’s largest silver producing nation.

    Investors should consider that many companies are active in Mexico. The plentiful Mexican Silver Belt is the focus of companies; this more »

  • 3 Bargain Silver Stocks, 1 ETF to Buy Now!

    By John Dowdee - July 30, 2013 | Tickers: CDE, HL, SLV, PAAS

    Since peaking in 2011, precious metals have fallen off the cliff and silver has been leading the decline. Year-to-date, silver has lost an incredible 35%, shedding more than 12% in just one week in April. In fact, silver has lost so much glitter that it is now cheap, and over the long run it is an almost-perfect contrarian play. These low prices have created unique opportunities to buy silver and more »

  • Time to Look at This Beaten Silver Miner

    By Vladimir Zernov - July 12, 2013 | Tickers: CDE, AG, PAAS

    This year has been a bad one to invest in silver miners. The stocks just kept on falling, following the drop in silver prices. The precious metal seems to have ignored all the positive news while concentrating on the negatives. The last big sell-off in silver was inspired by June’s Chinese manufacturing PMI, which has fallen to a nine-month low of 48.3. As a result, some silver stocks more »

  • These Silver Companies Look Attractive

    By Rupert Hargreaves - July 11, 2013 | Tickers: CDE, HL, PAAS

    As an investor who likes to safeguard his capital, the last thing I want to do right now is buy into precious metal mining companies.

    This is especially true for gold miners, which have been rapidly sliding since the beginning of the year. Indeed, the Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF is down 49.8% since the beginning of January alone and no one is more aware of this than John more »

  • Gold Production Costs Skyrocket, Buy These Low-Cost Players

    By Peter Epstein - July 1, 2013 | Tickers: ABX, CDE, NEM

    It's well known that the gold majors are suffering from elevated all-in costs after years of reckless expansion into high risk countries and exploration overkill. Over the past six months, silver, gold, copper and platinum prices are down 34%, 24%, 11% and 10% respectively. Over the same period, oil prices are up 10%. Mining cost inflation is as big a problem as weak demand and resource nationalism. 

    Typically When more »

  • Cost Inflation a Big Problem Globally - Stay Local

    By Peter Epstein - June 26, 2013 | Tickers: ANV, ABX, CDE, NEM

    It's well known that the gold majors are suffering from elevated all-in costs after years of reckless expansion into high risk countries and exploration overkill. Over the past six months, silver, gold, copper and platinum prices are down 35% and 23%, 14% and 12% respectively. Over the same period, oil prices are up 8%. Mining cost inflation is as big a problem as weak demand and resource nationalism. 

    Typically more »

  • Hecla Boosts Its Assets With This Purchase

    By Vladimir Zernov - June 3, 2013 | Tickers: CDE, HL, PAAS

    Precious metals have been under pressure this year. Silver has led the way, down 25%. The pressure on miners has been even more severe. For some companies, this environment is very tough. For others, like Hecla Mining (NYSE: HL), it’s time to go shopping.

    Boosting the asset portfolio

    Falling silver prices have led to falling silver companies' prices. Hecla is down 35% year-to-date. However, the prices of silver-related assets more »

  • Try This Silver Miner for Its Solid Balance Sheet

    By Vladimir Zernov - June 3, 2013 | Tickers: CDE, HL, PAAS

    Silver prices have been in a free fall since the beginning of February. Shares of silver miners have been falling at an even faster rate. Silver is not an asset that can fall forever because the world needs silver for various reasons. Silver is widely used in technology, jewelry, tableware and for the production of coins and medals. You can use two main approaches when considering which silver miner to more »

  • Silver Is Oversold, Buy Silver/Gold Producer Coeur d'Alene

    By Peter Epstein - May 24, 2013 | Tickers: ABX, CDE, SLW

    Both Palladium and Silver Have Industrial Uses

    In the past six months, the Palladium spot price is UP 13% while Silver and Gold prices are DOWN 33% and 20%, respectively. Bellwether Gold company Barrick Gold, (NYSE: ABX) and Silver company Silver Wheaton, (NYSE: SLW) are down 46% and 54% from 52-week highs. These companies are suffering greatly from rising costs and resource nationalism in key operating jurisdictions.  

    Barrick Gold, Trouble more »

  • As Gold Prices Fall, Should Investors Panic?

    By Peter Epstein - April 12, 2013 | Tickers: ANV, AU, CDE, CORVF

    Gold prices are down 8% year to date. That may look horrible when compared to the S&P500 Index, which is up about 12%. But these are entirely seperate asset classes, and there's room for both in one's portfolio. Let's figure out what an 8% sell-off truly means for junior gold companies.

    Does an 8% Drop Signal the End?

    Today's price of $1,565 per ounce more »

  • 3 Stocks for a Silver-Studded Portfolio

    By Michael Ugulini - March 11, 2013 | Tickers: CDE, AG, SSRI

    "Too many people miss the silver lining because they're expecting gold."

                                                                              -Maurice Setter

    Silver often plays a secondary role to its more illuminating sibling – gold – in the precious metals family. However, the potential for returns for investors exists with companies aggressively advancing their silver programs in diverse regions of the globe. The following are some silver expectations to examine from three enterprises operating in this industry:

    First Majestic Silver more »

  • Mining Their Own Business

    By Michael Ugulini - March 3, 2013 | Tickers: AEM, CDE, NEM

    He who wakes up early finds gold. ~ Hungarian Proverb 

    Those who work for Agnico-Eagle Mines (NYSE: AEM) must be rising quite early, if the company's recent numbers are any indication. Agnico-Eagle Mines is a gold producer, their objective is to continue increasing yearly gold production through building and exploring their own mines. This focus is paying off for the company. The following are a few key things for investors more »

  • Billion Dollar Manager David Dreman’s Biggest Holdings

    By Meena Krishnamsetty - January 22, 2013 | Tickers: ASBC, CRL, CDE, FWLT, HBI

    David Dreman has been the head of Dreman Value Management since 1977, opening the doors to his own investment firm after working as director of research and senior investment officer for a number of years previously. He is also a noted writer, contributing to Forbes Magazine and various behavioral finance publications. He currently manages $4 billion in assets, down from $22 billion in 2007, where he was faced with loss more »

  • Best Gold Mining Stocks For 2013

    By Peter Epstein - December 19, 2012 | Tickers: ANV, CDE, GDXJ, MDW, NEM, GLD

    How Does One Get Exposure to Gold in 2013?

    For those interested in exposure to gold, there are a number of ways to get invested. One can buy physical gold outright such as gold coins, a gold Exchange Traded Fund, "ETF" such as SPDR Gold Shares(NYSEMKT: GLD), gold futures, a gold stock ETF or a specialty junior gold mining company ETF, such as Market Vectors Junior Gold, (NYSEMKT: GDXJmore »)

  • Are These Good Investment Options?

    By Piyush Arora - December 18, 2012 | Tickers: CDE, AG, SLW

     

     
     
     
     
  • Basic Materials Stocks to Consider Buying

    By David Gould - December 6, 2012 | Tickers: CDE, HL, SLW

    Since it's often hard to predict basic material prices, investors should look carefully at corporate volume and overall industry supply levels. In my view, the best miners are those that are focused on accretive takeover activity while targeting high-grade regions with conservative spending and research-minded exploration. Below, I review three stocks with this perspective in mind.

    Hecla Mining (NYSE: HL): A Mixed Bag

    Hecla trades at 12.9x forward more »

  • Silver Wheaton: Significant Upside Possible By 2014

    By Maxwell Fisher - November 19, 2012 | Tickers: ABX, CDE, SLW

    Silver Wheaton (NYSE: SLW) is a silver royalty streaming company that generates its revenues by purchasing future metal production from miners for a fixed price in return for financing cash payments. The miners are typically gold and copper companies that produce silver as a by-product, and are therefore willing to sell future production of the metal so that they may obtain financing. Gold and copper miners usually get the press more »

  • 1 Miner to Buy, 2 to Avoid

    By David Gould - November 9, 2012 | Tickers: CDE, HL, SLW

    As investors look towards basic materials for outperformance, they need to be mindful of those that have outperformed despite weak volume trends. Instead, the most attractive basic material plays are those that have generated improving free cash flow and are exploring high-growth projects. With several of the larger producers working on supply "hiccups" and fixing up facilities, the momentum will be in favor of the smaller producers that are willing more »

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