INK Edge Gold & Precious Metals Top 20

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Is the Fed engineering a slow-motion train wreck?

Last month, we suggested the gold market faced one of two scenarios. The first was the case where the Fed came to the conclusion this month that it would have to stop tightening. The second was the scarier situation where the Fed continued to press ahead with its tightening mantra until something broke, such as the stock market.

Based on recent comments by FOMC chairman Jerome Powell, the Fed seems to be relying on the market to tell it when to stop tightening. If this is indeed the case, the central bank should probably put the brakes on hiking rates right now, at least if one of the markets they are watching is the implied inflation rate in Treasury yields.

Climbing real yields continue to test the mettle of gold mining insiders

While gold stocks made up some lost ground last week with the S&P/TSX Gold Index rising 1.6%, it lagged both the INK Canadian Insider Index (+2.2%) and the broad S&P/TSX Composite (+2.1%). As we explain in our November INK Top 20 Gold stock report Will Trump times be tough times for gold miners (also vailable in our PDF store) following the Trump win we believe the direction of real yields in the United States may well determine the fortunes of gold miners over the next few months.

Sound bites: Insiders snapping up low priced gold shares

In my latest interview with Jim Goddard, I summarize the key themes of our October Gold Top 20 report which includes evidence that insiders have been buying the dip in gold stocks. Indeed, our INK Gold Indicator continues to rise and is now above 100% meaning there are more gold stocks with officer and director buying than stocks with similar selling. In contrast, mid-summer the indicator dipped to 50% when there were twice as many gold stocks with insider sales than buys. 

INK Edge April Top Gold & Precious Metals: Juniors shine as Fed shifts to avoid a Riksbank scenario

Our latest Gold Top 20 is now out. While most of the stocks on the list have already appeared in this month's INK Edge Top 40, this month's Gold Top 20 is a must read for those investing in the junior market. It may well be our most important commentary yet, following up on our November report which foreshadowed the massive move we have seen in the S&P/TSX Venture Index.

Morning INK Report :: CEO buying again at Sabina Gold & Silver

This highlighted stock feature was published before the market open on Oct. 30 for INK Research subscribers.

Today we revisit Sabina Gold & Silver (SBB) which is the top ranked stock in the October edition of our INK Edge Top 40. Gold stocks have made an impressive showing in the list despite strong indications that the Fed wants to raise interest rates in December. Since we last featured it on September 23rd, Sabina Gold & Silver stock is up 58.9%, outperforming the BMO Junior Gold Index ETF (ZJG) and the iShares S&P/TSX Global Gold Index Fund (XGD) which are up 8.2% and 14.1% respectively. As the stock has surged, the CEO has continued to buy.

Is beaten up Banro set to breakout?

This report was orignally published for INK Research subscribers before the market open on Oct. 15.
 
Thank you for joining us in a technical look at top ranked July INK Edge gold stock Banro Corp (BAA). The last 3 years have brought Banro shareholders misery, as shares have declined from highs near $15 per share down to 26.5 cents today. And while the long-term chart reveals the degree of shareholder pain, it also shows a stock that's a good candidate for a major turnaround.

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