Monday , 26 September 2016


Gold Stock Performance YTD: It’s All About Market Cap

…While gold has increased 19% year-to-date, mining stocks are upgold-mining 56% on average over the same time [but, interestingly, the extent of the average  increase in price] depends on the market cap of the stock. 

[As can be seen in the table below] there seems to be a heavier preference amongst investors towards the mid-cap range ($100mm – $500mm Market Cap), as seen by the large volume increase, relative to the other two brackets. (Volume change was calculated using the last 30 days of average daily traded volume, as a percentage increase over the last 200-day average daily traded volume.)

Some of the companies that fit within the mid-cap range level, but which have not received the same type of volume gains, are: [… continue reading here and go here to see SmallCapPower’s interview with the CEO of one of those companies to learn more].

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