Gold Stocks

Musgrave Minerals (ASX:MGV) intersects yet another high-grade gold at Cue Gold project

 Musgrave Minerals (ASX:MGV) intersects yet another high-grade gold at Cue Gold project

Highlights,Musgrave Minerals (ASX:MGV) has intersected high-grade near-surface gold mineralisation to the east of Break of Day prospect.,MGV has also uncovered two continuous mineralised zones at Waratah and is presently planning follow-up resource drilli...

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NST, EVN, NCM, and PRU: ASX gold stocks on investors’ radar

NST, EVN, NCM, and PRU: ASX gold stocks on investors’ radar

NST, EVN, NCM, and PRU: ASX gold stocks on investors’ radar

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Gold prices bounce smartly, how are top gold players performing on ASX

Gold prices bounce smartly, how are top gold players performing on ASX

Highlights:,The S&P/ASX 200 Materials sector and gold prices have jumped 3.34% and 5.45%, respectively, in the last one month.,Newcrest, the largest gold mining company, recorded a 31% increase in June quarter gold production.,ASX-listed gold space player...

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NCM, NST EVN, PRU: Take a look at these ASX gold stocks' performance

NCM, NST EVN, PRU: Take a look at these ASX gold stocks' performance

According to Newcrest's operating report, the business met its gold production forecast for FY22 satisfactorily. However, the company's copper production declined by 3% as compared to the guidance for FY22.

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NCM, NST, EVN, PRU: How are ASX gold stocks faring today

NCM, NST, EVN, PRU: How are ASX gold stocks faring today

  • July 20, 2022 04:26 PM AEST | Ritwika

All the 11 sectors of the ASX 200 index are trading in green today, including the index itself. The S&P/ASX 200 Materials sector is one of the best performing sectors on the ASX today.

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NCM, PRU, EVN, NST: ASX gold stocks garnering investors' attention today

NCM, PRU, EVN, NST: ASX gold stocks garnering investors' attention today

  • July 14, 2022 03:51 PM AEST | Ritwika

The S&P/ASX 200 Materials sector is the best performing sector on the ASX today. We have discussed about four major ASX-listed gold stocks in our article today.

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NCM, EVN: Why these ASX gold miners hit their multi-year lows yesterday

NCM, EVN: Why these ASX gold miners hit their multi-year lows yesterday

  • July 12, 2022 09:09 AM AEST | Ashish

Shares of the ASX-listed Newcrest Mining and Evolution Mining hit their multi-year lows on Monday despite no price-sensitive news coming out from the companies

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NCM, PRU, SLR, GOR: Why did ASX gold stocks trade in red today?

NCM, PRU, SLR, GOR: Why did ASX gold stocks trade in red today?

  • July 07, 2022 06:01 PM AEST | Ritwika

The ASX 200 Materials sector was buzzing in the green territory during the afternoon trading session on the ASX today. However, most of the gold stocks were trading in red today.

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Why is Alkane Resources (ASX:ALK) in news today?

Why is Alkane Resources (ASX:ALK) in news today?

Alkane Resources Limited’s Tomingley gold operations exceed FY22 guidance.  The gold miner also expects preliminary AISC to be slightly lower than FY22 guidance. However, ALK share price has however dipped 0.746%, to trade near its three-month low.

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Regis Resources (ASX:RRL) shares jump as it posts record gold production

Regis Resources (ASX:RRL) shares jump as it posts record gold production

  • July 05, 2022 12:21 PM AEST | Ashish

Regis Resources Ltd (ASX:RRL) on Tuesday announced a  record rise in gold production in the June quarter of 2022.

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Evolution Mining (ASX:EVN) downgrades production guidance, shares tumble

Evolution Mining (ASX:EVN) downgrades production guidance, shares tumble

Evolution Mining shares have dropped more than 20% in the opening hour today. The gold miner has shared its FY22 operational update and FY23 guidance alongside an outlook for FY24. The company has downgraded its guidance for gold production for this year

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Frequently Asked Questions

Investors can invest in gold mainly by buying the physical metal or jewellery, an exchange-traded fund (ETF), a gold mining stock, or via the futures market. Gold can also be bought through gold certificates. Physical bullion: Investors can buy physical gold through a registered bullion dealer. ETF: Investors can buy units of ETF without having to worry about storage or theft. Gold mining stocks: There are several gold miners listed on the ASX, whose stocks can be directly purchased by investors. Futures market: Investors can also speculate on bullion’s price movements through contract for differences (CFD) investing in the futures market.

Gold stocks have surged sharply in the past few months on account of global uncertainty, especially due to the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict. Gold miners have particularly outperformed, with the ASX All Ordinaries Gold Index (ASX:XGD) up over 8% so far (22 March) this year. According to a recent note by Goldman Sachs, gold prices could surge another 25% to US$2,500 an ounce by 2022-end. The note also stated that gold demand would remain robust from both central banks and Asian retail investors amid strong economic recovery.

The cheapest way to invest in gold is via ETFs and stocks. The paper gold is comparatively cheaper than physical gold as it doesn’t require any storage. The digital gold can be easily bought without the requirement of a dealer. There are a several gold ETFs listed on the ASX such as BetaShares Gold Bullion ETF-Currency Hedged (ASX:QUA), ETFS Physical Gold (ASX: GOLD) and Perth Mint Gold (PMGOLD). Gold stocks include Newcrest Mining Ltd (ASX:NCM), Northern Star Resources Ltd (ASX:NST) and Evolution Mining Ltd (ASX:EVN).

Gold has been traditionally included by investors in their investment portfolios to lower overall risk as it acts as a hedge against geopolitical tensions and inflation. The price of the yellow metal generally behaves opposite to the stock market or economic swings. It is also considered as a safe bet in times of inflation as it maintains its value in a much better way than currency-backed assets. However, experts advise not to have over 10% of your assets in gold.

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