© Reuters. 3 Gold Miners to Buy on Dips
Gold miners are starting to outperform especially as inflation concerns are starting to heat up. Kirkland Lake Gold (NYSE:), Hecla Mining (HL), and Eldorado Gold (NYSE:) are 3 miners with intriguing upside. Taylor Dart explains why you should consider adding these on dips.It’s been a strong start to Q2 for the Gold Miners Index (GDX (NYSE:)) with the ETF up 21% in less than two months, enjoying a violent rally off after its 8-month correction. This strong rally can be partially attributed to a new multi-year high in inflation of 4.2%, which pushed real rates to a reading of (-) 4%, putting a relentless bid under the gold (GLD (NYSE:)) price. While this sharp rally has left quite a few miners close to fully valued, there are still several miners trading at a deep discount to peers with the potential for more than 50% upside over the next 12 months. In this update, we’ll look at two miners still trading at dirt-cheap valuations, and a leading silver producer, which is a name to keep on one’s radar if we do see some turbulence later this quarter.
Kirkland Lake Gold (KL), Hecla Mining (HL), and Eldorado Gold (EGO) have little in common, with the first being a high-margin senior gold producer, the second being a high-margin silver producer, and the latter being a mid-tier gold producer with a very bright future. However, all three are special for their own reasons, with one having the sector’s best margins, Hecla having the best jurisdictional profile among its producers, and Eldorado Gold sitting on a transformative asset that makes it an asymmetric reward to risk bet. Let’s take a closer look at the three companies below:
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