Tag: Gold ETF

A Precious Metals Wish for 2011. Stop the Darn Transactions!

The case for equity leverage to gold is diminishing and will continue to do so until mining company executives and their bankers stop the addiction to deal-making.

State Street Can Afford Gold ETF Fee War For a While Yet

We don’t see much chance of State Street being drawn into a fee war any time soon though things could change quickly if some of the large funds invested in GLD decide to make a point of it.

Gold Stocks Trading Near Historic Lows Compared with Bullion Prices

If gold stocks are able to reacquire their traditional leverage the effect would be like releasing a tightly coiled spring. At this point the spring is coiled back to bullion prices below $800 per ounce. That suggests gold equities are sitting on potential gains - relative to the gold price - of nearly 80%.

Interview - Audio and Transcript: Tim Wood talks with Tekoa da Silva

ST. LOUIS (MineFund.com) — Tekoa da Silva of Mining Stock Talk interviewed Tim Wood to discuss the article: “Stunningly True: Gold ETF Has Badly Damaged Gold Equities” You can listen to the audio and / or read the transcript below:

Essential Gold Chart Pack - Heavy Monthly Losses Take Toll on Gold Investors

Gold has posted some large losses over the past 30 days, lead by the rebounding euro. Euro gold prices have tumbled nearly 11% over the month, reducing the gain for the trailing twelve months to 13% where gold.

Stunningly True: Gold ETF Has Badly Damaged Gold Equities

Gold equities have surrendered considerable leverage compared with the ETF.

The three worst investment calls of the decade

Time is a nasty opponent of investment prophets and prognosticators. We pick three calls that were hyped-to-the-hilt; and failed-to-the-fullest.