Renewed Action in Anticipation of the Fed’s New Monetary Policy183 views 2012-09-27 00:36
“Silver prices are currently moving nicely high—much stronger than gold,” reports Clark. “Silver prices have lagged spot gold for quite a while now, and some of the best values that recently developed on the stock market are silver stocks.”
According to the Profit Confidential
contributor, there are actually very few stock that are more expensive, with
higher multiples and the best properties and prospects for profitable growth
going into 2013 and continuing into 2014.
“…there are actually very few attractive gold and silver mining
companies on the stock market at this time,” Clark
states. “Costs have been rising substantially at many precious metals
companies, and profitability at a lot of companies has been hit.”
In the large-cap space, Clark
points out companies like Barrick Gold, Newmont Mining, and Goldcorp, which have
all had a very tough year on the stock market. Despite the fact that these
large-cap companies pay a decent amount of dividends, their share prices
are still in the doldrums and price-to-earnings (P/E) ratios aren’t anything
special, notes Clark.
While renewed action has only just begun, Clark concludes that “gold and silver prices are rising, and this is exactly what mining stocks need.”
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Profit Confidential was among the first (back in late 2006) to
predict that the U.S.
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predicted the crash in the stock market of 2008 and early 2009. And Profit Confidential turned bullish on
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