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Kalkine Media curates under $10 TSX gold stocks to explore in September

 Kalkine Media curates under $10 TSX gold stocks to explore in September

Let us talk about some Canadian gold stocks priced under C$ 10

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2 top TSX gold stocks to buy in June: ABX and FNV

2 top TSX gold stocks to buy in June: ABX and FNV

Highlights Yamana Gold (TSX: YRI) stocks rose after the announcement of an acquisition agreement with Gold Fields (NYSE: GFI, GFI: US). This tie-up has triggered talks among investors about more such consolidations in the gold industry. It cou...

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ABX, FNV, BTO, YRI & BAU :5 Canadian gold stocks if you fear recession

ABX, FNV, BTO, YRI & BAU :5 Canadian gold stocks if you fear recession

Highlights In April, Deutsche Bank predicted the US will see a recession A recent poll found at least four in five Canadians are, in some way, concerned about an oncoming recession Some Canadian economists are more sanguine about their economy...

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ARTG, RUP, NFG & more: 5 TSXV gold stocks to hedge against market crash

ARTG, RUP, NFG & more: 5 TSXV gold stocks to hedge against market crash

Highlights Gold is often viewed as a healthy heading option to tackle an inflationary and weak economic environment. Equity investors can see gold as an option to profit from price hikes in the short run. ARTG stock swelled by roughly 12 per c...

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This TSX gold miner saw double-digit production rise in 2021. Buy call?

This TSX gold miner saw double-digit production rise in 2021. Buy call?

Highlights Investors often consider gold a safe place to put their money in, especially when the market conditions are uncertain. This gold company aims to become a million-ounce gold producer and has operations across the Americas. The gold s...

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This TSX gold miner saw double-digit production rise in 2021. Buy call?

This TSX gold miner saw double-digit production rise in 2021. Buy call?

  Investors often consider gold a safe place to put their money in, especially when the market conditions are uncertain. Due to this prime reason, some even prefer to have a little exposure to gold at all times. The global market saw soaring...

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Building RRSP portfolio? 2 TSXV gold stocks you can add

Building RRSP portfolio? 2 TSXV gold stocks you can add

Investing a surplus amount can often a better choice than rashly spending. Macroeconomic indicators of the Canadian economy are currently a little subdued, with inflation pinching the most and the Bank of Canada looking to raise the policy rate to ...

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Barrick (ABX) and New Found (NFG): 2 Canadian gold stocks to buy

Barrick (ABX) and New Found (NFG): 2 Canadian gold stocks to buy

Gold stocks triggered interest among investors after Barrick Gold Corporation (TSX: ABX) announced on Sunday, March 20, that it is set to reconstitute the Reko Diq project. The gold firm said that it has reached an agreement with the governments o...

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Agnico (AEM) and FNV: 2 TSX gold stocks to hedge against inflation

Agnico (AEM) and FNV: 2 TSX gold stocks to hedge against inflation

Highlights Investors worldwide seem to be flocking towards commodity-based equities like gold and copper amid the ongoing geopolitical tensions. Franco-Nevada said that its annual net profit was US$ 733.7 million in 2021, up 125 per cent up...

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Why is Kinross Gold (TSX: K) trending amid Russia-Ukraine war?

Why is Kinross Gold (TSX: K) trending amid Russia-Ukraine war?

Kinross Gold (TSX: K) is making headlines following the announcement that it is suspending its Russian mining operations amid the growing tensions between Russia and its neighbour Ukraine. Following this development, stocks of the Canadian gold co...

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Is Kinross Gold (TSX: K) a cheap precious metal stock to buy under $8?

Is Kinross Gold (TSX: K) a cheap precious metal stock to buy under $8?

Kinross Gold (TSX: K) has been drawing investors’ attention on the stock markets in the wake of some recent announcements as well as the Ukraine-Russia conflicts that seem to be pushing investors towards the safety of gold. Stocks of Kinross...

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Frequently Asked Questions

There cannot be a single best way to invest in gold. Had there been one, all investors would have rushed there leaving the alternatives redundant. That aside, the preferred way to invest in gold may be to be fully aware of the potential benefits and risks of the method you opt for. For example, if you want physical gold coins or bars, what are the upsides and downsides, where to get them from, and how to best store them. If you want to instead go for ETFs that track the price of gold, how have they performed so far and what is the outlook?

In 2022, there may be multiple interest rate hikes by the Bank of Canada and other central banks, the most dominant perhaps being the US Federal Reserve. Separately, the geopolitical disturbance in Eastern Europe and a possible resurgence of the pandemic -- both of which may adversely impact economic growth -- may lead to investors chasing safe assets like gold. In such a scene, gold stocks might benefit. However, a lot would also depend on the fundamentals of the company. For example, what were its financial results in the past years and the quantum of tentative reserves it holds in the region/s where it mines gold?

Similar to how there can be no best way to invest in gold, there cannot arguably be a cheapest way to buy gold. Neighborhood shops may advertise that they offer the best price for gold coins and bars, but it is always advisable to be cautious when purchasing physical gold. Ask about the purity and the accreditations like BBB that the seller holds. Another alternative may be to invest in gold stocks that may be trading for a few dollars on the TSX or other exchanges.

Gold has remained an investment choice of many from time immemorial. But not everyone may want to invest in gold at a time when other investment options like shares, retirement funds and term deposits with banks are available. Not all these options have fixed returns. For example, shares of companies may lose value, but even investments in gold are prone to downside risks. Before making any decision, being aware of the potential benefits and risks of all available investment options is a good idea.

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