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|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||24.55 - 24.91|
|52 Week Range||22.70 - 34.71|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.65%|
How Do Analysts Rate Silver Miners? Its stock price, analysts’ estimates, and its multiple took a severe hit after the Guatemalan government’s decision to suspend its Escobal mine license in July 2017. A favorable resolution could lead to the re-rating of the stock.
How Do Analysts Rate Silver Miners? YTD (year-to-date), Tahoe Resources (TAHO) has had the worst performance of all silver miners with losses of 44%. Among the silver miners we are covering in this series, Tahoe has the lowest percentage of “buy” ratings.
How Do Analysts Rate Silver Miners? Of the silver miners (SIL) we’re covering in this series, Hecla Mining (HL) has a higher percentage of “buy” ratings only in comparison to Tahoe Resources (TAHO). Only 42% of analysts are recommending a “buy” for the stock.
How Do Analysts Rate Silver Miners? Pan American Silver (PAAS) stock has outperformed peers as well as silver prices YTD. As of September 14, it has fallen 6.9% compared to falls of 17.3% and 27.7% for the iShares Silver Trust (SLV) and the Global X Silver Miners ETF (SIL), respectively.
How Do Analysts Rate Silver Miners? On a YTD basis, Coeur Mining (CDE) has almost matched the performance of the Silver Miners Index (SIL) with losses of 27.1%. Peers Hecla Mining (HL), Pan American Silver (PAAS), and Newmont Mining (NEM) are also trying to increase production at the lowest possible cost.
While First Majestic Silver (AG) has seen negative returns year-to-date (or YTD), it has outperformed the Silver Miners (SIL) Index. Its stock has returned -17.8%. However, the majority of these losses came in August. During the month, AG’s stock fell 16.3%. Before that, it had fallen just 1.5% in 2018.
Whenever the market experiences its cyclical cataclysms of heady ups and downs, leery investors turn to precious metals. While stocks have had a great run recently, uncertainty regarding domestic and international events continues to draw attention.
Whenever the market experiences its cyclical cataclysms of heady ups and downs, leery investors turn to precious metals. While stocks have had a great run recently, uncertainty regarding domestic and international events continues to draw attention in the new year.
The Dow is trying to make it five up sessions in a row, while gold heads in the other direction. The metal’s retreat has hampered gold mining shares, but our call of the day from a “True Contrarian” suggests sticking with those stocks.
Of the silver miners (SIL) we’re covering in this series, Hecla Mining (HL) has the fewest “buy” ratings. Only 40% of analysts are recommending a “buy” for the stock. Tahoe Resources (TAHO) has “buy” ratings from 47% of the analysts covering the stock.
As we’ve discussed in this series, gold tends to be the strongest influence on the movement of precious metals miners. In this article, we’ll focus on the correlations of selected miners with gold. Gold is the most influential among the precious metals, and silver, platinum, and palladium are known to follow its movement.
Will Gold Be an Inflation Hedge or Tumble on the Fed's Decisions? As we’ve been discussing in this series, gold tends to influence the movements of precious metals miners. Gold also tends to dominate the precious metals: silver, platinum, and palladium are known to closely track its movements.
In this part of the series, we’ll analyze the correlation of the mining stocks to gold. Gold is the most dominant of the four precious metals, and silver, platinum, and palladium are known to closely track the movement in gold. Also, precious metals, though they belong to the equity segment of the market, are more dependent on where precious metals move, especially gold.
After reviving compared to their previous losses, the four precious metals are in negative territory again. The revival of the US dollar had a negative impact on precious metals and mining stocks during the past few weeks. The settling of the market’s unrest could have also caused a withdrawal of haven bids.
Markets were full of geopolitical tensions in April, boosting precious metals and miners’ stock prices. However, the US dollar later strengthened and the market unrest subsided, impacting precious metals and mining stocks.
When analyzing precious metals and precious metal mining companies, it’s essential to analyze the relationship between precious metals. There have been considerable ups and downs in precious metals since the beginning of 2018. Year-to-date, gold has risen 1.1%, and silver has fallen 2.2%.
Miners are usually a leveraged play on metals, rising by a higher proportion when metal prices rise and falling harder when metal prices weaken. This trend hasn’t been visible lately as company-specific factors exerted more influence on stock prices. In 2018, the iShares Silver Funds ETF (SLV), which tracks spot silver prices, has fallen 2.8%.
Gold rose 0.62% on Thursday, May 3, after a flat day on Wednesday. Gold futures for May expiration closed at $1,312.10 per ounce. Its RSI level was 30.9, which indicates that there could be a possible rebound in price.
During the last month, the market unrest had a significant effect on precious metals, which caused them to rise. However, the previous week was choppy for precious metals, and the US dollar rebounded substantially, which had a negative impact. Most mining companies also faced the adverse effects of the precious metals slump.
In this part of our series, we’ll be looking at the correlation of gold to four mining stocks: Pan American Silver (PAAS), Coeur Mining (CDE), Kinross Gold (KGC), and Eldorado Gold (EGO). Mining stocks mostly move with gold prices but not always.
Usually, precious metal mining companies follow precious metals. Precious metals have risen over the past few days, supporting mining companies.
Gold prices and the related exchange traded funds have been mostly flat over the past few days, but silver ETFs are taking off. The iShares Silver Trust (NYSEArca: SLV) and ETFS Physical Silver Shares ...
Unrest in Syria played a role in precious metals rising on Friday, April 13. The day before, Donald Trump discussed how to address a recent Syrian poison gas attack. He threatened missile strikes, which were eventually carried out, on Saturday.
Recently, the unrest in the markets has had a big effect on precious metals and the US dollar. The US dollar has a big impact on dollar-denominated precious metals and also on mining companies. In this part of the series, we’ll look at miners’ RSI (relative strength index) scores and implied volatility. The miners we’ve selected for our analysis are First Majestic Silver (AG), B2Gold (BTG), Royal Gold (RGLD), and Goldcorp (GG).