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Yamana Gold Inc. (AUY)

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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4.3200+0.0300 (+0.70%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
4.3101 -0.01 (-0.23%)
After hours: 05:16PM EDT
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  • R
    Robert
    Some Company Numbers Compared .....

    There is much discussion on several gold mining boards about "best" miners to purchase.

    Started to look at that strictly from a numbers perspective. (Not all numbers are shown)

    For full disclosure - some numbers rounded (by a tenth or so)

    Kinross Yamana IAMGOLD
    Market Cap 7.7 B 4.21 B 1.3B
    PE Ratio 6 26 20
    EPS $1 $0.17 $0.14
    Beta 0.83 1.45 0.84
    Avg Volume 11.5 M 13.5 M 5.7 M
    Year Target $9.75 $6.56 $3.22
    Shares Outstanding 1.26 B 966.91 M 476.6 m
    Profit Margin 30% 9.6% 5.34%
    Revenue 4.31 B 1.76 B 1.25 B

    AUY compared to two of its peers (a better and a worse company) isn't all that profitable. See revenue and shares outstanding for all companies.
  • B
    Bill
    Average Gold to oil ratio is at a 70 year low
  • c
    charles
    $EGO conversation
    Gold price moving aggressively higher today $EGO $IAG $BTG $HMY $AUY $GDXJ $GDX
    Bullish
  • f
    fenninger
    They had some interesting insights about AUY on (http://Stocks-tracker.com). Definitely made me think twice about the company.
  • m
    mary minnekeer
    As usual gold and silver manipulated lower in US trading ,
  • c
    charles
    $EGO conversation
    Tapering has already been reflected in gold prices. Gold moved higher after September CPI report. Markets finally acknowledging inflation is not transitory and will impact economy growth rates expect heavy safe-haven inflows in Q4.
    $EGO $GDXJ $GDX $IAG $BTG $AUY $HMY
    Bullish
  • R
    Robbie
    Where are all of these new names coming from? I guess Joe left or changed his name?
  • D
    D
    At this level gold is exceptionally profitable and Yamana will be making bank...
    Sure the sector is undervalued, it is better to be invested in undervalued stocks than highly speculative stocks when there is a downturn.
    Bullish
  • J
    James
    Anyone receive the latest dividend?
  • m
    mary minnekeer
    As usual gold gets manipulated lower in US trading , criminal banks pushing paper again ??
  • Z
    ZAP
    Announcement in a few days will send shares flying. Loads of cash in the bank and major drilling results on copper gold and cobalt. Shares are highly undervalued with tiny float and are close to starting big move.
    https://seekingalpha.com/instablog/21922151-bioresearch-alert/5583206-goldman-says-copper-is-new-oil-and-chile-is-saudi-arabia-of-copper-20-cent-rmes-holds-large
  • T
    Tom
    Visited one of the U.S.'s most recognized construction material retailers, yesterday. It was not a warm, fuzzy experience, due to the high prices for deck wood that I needed. Inflation is, currently, at 5.4% and is at its highest rate since January of 1991. It's not great needing to pay inflated prices for housing, building materials, automobiles, gasoline, natural gas, groceries, etc., however, this situation bodes well for precious metals.
    Bullish
  • M
    Martinitony
    The stock price is moving in tandem with gold. Neither commodities nor stocks move up in straight lines. Inflation is higher than normal and my bet is earnings and revenues will beat. The fundamentals are on the side of a higher stock price, IMO. At some point some analysts will point to this stock as a hedge against inflation. Think about it. It is a hedge with a decent dividend and decent earnings moving forward. I think any analyst with a brain would move this to the buy side.
  • R
    Robbie
    Today seemed very promising. Not just the miner's stock action and the metals, but the news is repeating that inflation is not transitory and may be here to stay. Supply chain problems among others. However, today was Wednesday, and for months on end, a good early part of a week gets taken down entirely on Thursday or Friday. If we continue strong for the rest of this week, we are on a roll finally. If not, back to the drawing board once again.
  • R
    Robert
    Happy about gold price movement and the miners.

    However, how many times have we been here before? One gold up day (as in the past) doesn't create a trend.

    I own AUY, so I hope for the best. Having owned it for years, I expect some kind of disappointment on the way up. ;-)

    Just saying from experience - set expectations, lock in gains, and tread cautiously.
  • R
    Robert
    Very impressed/surprised with todays action for AUY.
    I can't remember when the price held its own when gold went down 30-points plus.
    Other miners did the same.

    Is there finally a shift in the PM markets? Are we no longer the Rodney Dangerfield of the Market? :-)
  • T
    THOMAS
    If you sashay over to Yahoo's "Cryptocurrenies" tab and take a look at the 377 outfits shown there, headed up by Bitcoin with its $1 trillion market cap, then take a look at all the other similar companies banking on the dream of an awesome, marketable algorithm that the world won't be able to resist, you'll begin to see why, as the inflation reality begins to sink in, that there will be a ram pump effect of buying interest shifting from the "crypto land of make believe" into the real, time-proven inflation hedges. Virtually none of those crypto outfits will have a chance of survival in the real world, whereas gold and silver is emerging once again from near total abandonment, seemingly unloved, but thoroughly battle-tested. Once people start seeing that their investments in crypto are about as ethereal as, uh, Ethereum as their intrinsic valueless "investments" go up in smoke, the rush into PM could be significant. I'm not saying there isn't relevance in blockchain, because there is, but it's likely to evolve in much different ways than the 377 overpriced outfits shown on the Yahoo page think it will right now and , as yet, there's is no clear pathway to profitability for any of them. Not even close. As inflation intrudes into the general consciousness, the time-proven inflation hedges should once again revive, and a lot of the interest in crypto that would otherwise have already been directed toward PM should move away from the "pretenders" into the real things.
  • R
    Robbie
    There, I am now Robbie. I owned First Majestic and SSRM a few years ago. Sold First Majestic and started buying Yamana to go more towards gold. All was good until August 2020. Now nothing makes sense and I have no idea of where gold and silver will go near term. Long term I think a lot higher,but we may go down before any up. Very disappointed. Anyway, I have much AUY and I watch and listen on this forum. I usually do not really contribute, but I listen. I like what @D generally contributes. Thank you @D. I first cam e up with what if about Stock Split. I am just hoping they never consider it. Would hurt shareholders. Other than that, I need mid 5's to break even. Seems like it is miles away at this point. I hope they continue the dividend while we await price appreciation. I will keep watching. Thanks everyone!
  • D
    D
    Gold is being whipsawed and as often happens, got hammered on Fridays Option expiration.
    Why regulators allow this manipulation to constantly be repeated is beyond reason or any ethical set of parameters. Yamana held up remarkably well price wise in spite of the drop in gold. Perhaps its valuation will start to be recognized and become more appropriate.
    Bullish
  • R
    Robbie
    A few months ago I added small amounts of EGO, HMY and IAG. Abruptly lost 30% to 40%. I amback to just waiting and hoping gold and silver an make a normal move up in times of inflation, stagflation, pandemic, political upheaval, etc. None of which I want! August 2020 everything seemed behaving as expected. Since then, bizarro world. Human behavior and thinking has gone in reverse and it is not just scary for my investments, but everything else.
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