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Posts tagged 'gold mining'

“Be Careful What You Buy.” Why Gold and Silver Are Good Bets Right Now​​ - Weekly Wrap Up (May 8, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 21 days ago 194460 Views 2 comments

Eric Sprott discusses factors driving precious metal prices higher and assesses the terrific performance of the mining shares.

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Gold Stocks Take Flight - Paul Wong (May 5, 2020)​

By Paul Wong 23 days ago 1395 Views No comments

Gold bullion continued to deliver strong performance and was up 11.15% YTD through April 30, 2020, and 31.39% YOY. At the same time, gold mining equities (SGDM)1 have gained 13.81% YTD, and 58.67% YOY as of April 30. This compares to -12.36% YTD and -7.91% YOY returns for the S&P 500 Index.

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Ask the Expert - Brent Cook - November 2019

By Craig Hemke 6 months ago 13873 Views No comments

Economic geologist Brent Cook answers listener questions regarding the mining sector and discusses some specific companies that he expects to perform well in the months ahead.

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Beware the Ides of March? What Stock Prices are Trying to Tell Us - Weekly Wrap-Up (March 15, 2019)

By Craig Hemke 1 years ago 28390 Views No comments

Eric Sprott discusses the week that was in precious metals and looks ahead to a volatile week next.

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Bitcoin Mining Uses a Lot Less Energy Than Mining Gold - Elizabeth Gail (26/09/2018)

By Elizabeth Gail for coincentral.com 2 years ago 22144 Views No comments

Apparently mining gold requires twenty times more energy in comparison to bitcoin mining

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Thunder Down Under: Some Australian Junior Gold Miners Take Off - John Rubino (3/10/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 31516 Views No comments

Gold mining stocks have been treading water for what seems like forever. But in a remote part of Australia, a potentially big find by a tiny exploration company is generating some welcome excitement.

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Gold: the Mine Reserve Crisis, and Higher Prices - Jeff Nielson (25/7/2017)

By Jeff Nielson 3 years ago 21466 Views No comments

Readers have heard considerable doom-and-gloom here over the past year: bullion prices must go (still) lower before they can go higher. That thinking hasn’t changed. However, here is yet another reason why this pending take-down must be brief – and result in much, much higher prices afterward.

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Silver Mining vs. Gold Mining: The Dynamics Explained - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 4 years ago 129562 Views 17 comments

We get most of our gold from “gold mines”, and this has always been true. For over 4,000 years; humanity got most of its silver from “silver mines”. Then, roughly a century ago, this began to change. We started getting less and less silver from silver mines. Today we get the vast majority of our silver as a byproduct of other mining. Why? To answer that question, we need merely look at the gold/silver price ratio.

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