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The Company is engaged in gold mining, exploration and related activities.
I have a 90 dollar price target on this equity.
Like this companies balance sheet. No debt. Price of gold will rise over next 2 to 4 years. Rates will also be going up and while other miners are loaded with debt. Randgold has done nothing but cut costs to $650 to $700 ounce. Compare that one to other miners and it's easy to see why there's only one play in this sector.
I'm getting into defensive positions and gold should do well with the global race by 1st world countries to lower their currencies.
Decent fundamentals. http://blogs.decisionpoint.com/chart_spotlight/2013/12/20131206cs.html
Within reasonable range of its 52 week low of $72.91 and a soon to be completed mine (and therefore increased production potential), Rangold seems ripe to rise. Still down over 25% from the 52 week high, and an expectedly inceasing P/E ratio suggest to me this stock will recover from recent losses over the next several months, and depending on the direction of gold prices into Q3, perhaps for the next 1-2 years.
Inflation is going to make this a good stock to hold with .2%dividend included.
GOLD goes up while the world goes down.
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Who here thinks we are going to pay up that debt? Auh next year maybe, or when the teabaggers come to power? Not likly ever. Gold goes straight up for years.
I know we don’t like gold, but this stock has great fundamentals, huge growth expectations (check out its projected earnings), and it is just coming off the year low point and is now on the rise. GOLD is rated outperform and buy by all analyst. I found this stock through the stock screener by taking your advise on the P/E and ignoring it: this stock has a 90-something P/E, but like you said with Maxim, I believe it is deceptive given the times. Furthermore, GOLD has really low debt (0.00-0.03 quintile, so better than 98% of its peers), high internal ownership (67.77%), and their earnings are coming up in May; this maybe a perfect time to buy this stock. Once again, my only hesitation is that it is gold, but man this stock is very tempting and looks great.
PE > 120 not justified. Gold as an inflation hedge will be less popular in 2010/2011.
more buyers than sellers
Potential loss of faith in the dollar as the major reserve currency could push gold up. A less likely loss of faith in the fiat money system due to excessive quantative easing could push gold up significantly.
Because Peter Schiff sux.
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