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As of October 6, 2017, this group has returned 30.1% on average—significantly higher than GDX’s 12.1% and GLD’s 10.3%.
At 7:05 AM EST on October 9, the WTI crude oil futures contracts for November 2017 delivery were trading at $59.38 per barrel—a gain of ~0.18%.
On October 4, 2017, Goldcorp, Silver Wheaton, Barrick Gold, and Eldorado had implied volatility readings of 28.9%, 30.8%, 29.1%, and 50.4%, respectively.
Wheaton Precious Metals trades at a forward EV-to-EBITDA multiple of 16.6x, which is a discount of 19% to the sector average multiple.
At 7:15 AM EST on October 5, the WTI crude oil futures contracts for November 2017 delivery were trading at $50.08 per barrel—a gain of ~0.2%.
On October 2, 2017, Silver Wheaton, Randgold Resources, AngloGold Ashanti, and IamGold had implied volatility readings of 30.8%, 25%, 40.9%, and 44.3%, respectively.
September 29 was another down day for precious metal mining stocks, whose reactions often mirror precious metal prices themselves.
Gold touched a one-month low on Thursday, September 28, due to the rise of the US dollar over the speculation of another rate hike in December 2017.
As of September 20, 2017, Sibanye, Agnico Gold, Silver Wheaton, and Barrick Gold had implied volatilities of 66.4%, 27.0%, 30.8%, and 25.4%, respectively.
The miners that experienced the greatest losses during the past five trading days were IamGold (IAG), Silver Wheaton (SLW), Goldcorp (GG), and Primero Mining (PPP). These miners fell 7.5%, 6.0%, 6.2%, ...
As mining companies are known to closely track precious metals, in this article, we'll look at how a few miners have moved over the past month as well as their technical indicators.
The price movement in precious metals is often closely traced by mining stocks. Before investors opt for mining stocks, they should analyze a few of the crucial technical details.
At 7:20 AM EST on September 15, the WTI crude oil futures contracts for October 2017 delivery were trading at $49.91 per barrel—a rise of ~0.05%.
At 7:20 AM EST on September 13, the WTI crude oil futures contracts for October 2017 delivery were trading at $48.66 per barrel—a rise of ~0.89%.
Increased warehouse levels in the LME (London Metal Exchange) along with the firm dollar and profit-booking are weighing on copper prices today.
At 7:00 AM EST on September 11, the WTI crude oil futures contracts for October 2017 delivery were trading at $47.81 per barrel—a rise of ~0.71%.
When investors park money in the precious metal market, it’s important for them to know how mining stocks are performing. In this part of the series, we’ll review the performance…
Crude oil started this week on a stronger note and rose in the first three trading days of the week. However, it lost momentum on Thursday.
Most mining stocks have risen over the past month with rising precious metal prices. To assess miners’ performance, we can evaluate their moving averages and returns over the long and short…