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An international gold mining and exploration company producing gold in Ghana, West Africa.
Gold reserves "in the ground" for less than $100 per ounce. All-in-sustaining costs expected to be under $1200 per ounce. Strong financial position relative to junior mining sector. Grassroots and brownfield projects abound.
Showed up on Piotroski screen run 11/18/2013 ($.052)
potential 20 bagger
I don't like the instability of the regions where the mines operate, but I do think that also contributes to the undervaluation of the stock, and the metals are still in the ground, regardless of what political situation is on top of the ground.
India is the largest gold market, thus when India grows, it is likely that a small company like this will take off.
Undervalued big time. In my opinion GSS is a $15 stock
With a job standstill the market has dropped. Gold prices go up and the company is only a dollar off a year long low it should pick up later this year.
Gold is bound to go up in light of the indebtment of US and Europe.
GSS - The company is producing great levels of Gold, and has oversold beyond a reasonable level. I will begin to load at these levels (Sub $2.5) and look to reap the rewards come this Fall, when gold jumps to the next vertical level. The miners as a whole have been beaten up far below fair values.
Since Valyooo has pointed out my penchant for focusing on woodshed stocks tonight, let's also add Golden Star Resources to the buy list because it too has been unfairly taken to the woodshed. The company, unlike a decent amount of its rivals, is profitable, trading very close to book value, and is going to take advantage of gold prices in excess of $1500 even with costs at the majority of its mines running considerably higher than its competitors. Trading at roughly 8.5 times reduced 2012 earnings and with the dollar looking weaker than a 2-year bond in Greecem gold should remain strong and that should bode well for Golden Star Resources. I do own GSS in my portfolio and plan to continue to hold for the intermediate future.http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2011/03/09/10-small-caps-to-rule-them-all.aspxTMFUltraLong
Gold in Ghana, recently disappointed, improving.
Good Pick at this time
Gold miner in Ghana. Increasing reserves.
Because Peter Schiff said "gold will go to $5000/oz." and "the economy is getting worse", and we're "worse off than we were in March". Obviously Peter Schiff is a moron.
Underreported potential to John Q. Public. Insiders making a lot of deals, price to shoot up fast and hard once it's exposed and the dollar continues to drop with the next Stimulus pkg soon to be passed.
crash of USD
I know this one is already a 4 star caps pick, but I like an awful lot of things about this stock and I am a recent buyer at around $1.50 during it's latest correction. A gold ONLY mining company based in Littleton, CO that has been around since 1984 makes it stable, GOOD at what it does(25 years) AND American owned all of which are characteristics badly needed in this economy today. Most of it's working mines and development properties are located in Ghana, West Africa with a few exploration projects in South America meaning most of it's 1,600 employees are probably NOT American giving them a cost per ounce advantage I would think. Their 3rd quarter earnings call was a good one despite the falling price of the stock: "Revenues for the third quarter of 2008 of $64.1 million were 34% higher than the $47.8 millionfor the same period in 2007. Revenues for the first nine months of 2008 totaled $187.7 million and were improved by 78% over gold revenues for the first nine months of 2007 at $105.7 million". The 4th quarter earnings call is Thursday, Feb. 26th and they expect more of the same with expectations for 2009 right now at 400-450k oz. of production. I look for this stock to run up as we get closer to that call and there are some fund managers who seem to be in agreement, including: Tiaa Cref(NEW holding, Feb.), Churchill Management(NEW holding, Jan.), Putnam Vt Global Asset(NEW holding, Nov. 08), Credit Suisse(ADDED), Dec. & Nov. 08), Credit Agricole(ADDED, Feb. 09) to name just a few of the 98 institutions who hold their stock. The chart on GSS is one of the few found today with a steady uphill trend and an inevitable 50/100 moving average cross setting up nicely with both of those lines pointing up. It is however a bit extended trading near it's 200 day and it is currently in a correction. If it can get through resistance at $1.69 it should run up to $3 quickly.
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