Tuesday , 23 May 2017


Investing

Niche ETFs: When & How To Use Them

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Niche ETFs can be used in different ways: as tactical, short-term tools to express a view on a pocket of the market or as long-term plays that take time to come to fruition—like millennials or, say, solar energy, but they come with risks discussed in this article.

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GDXJ Repositioning to Create “Fire Sale” Opportunity in Gold Stocks

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I believe a major issue with VanEck's Junior Gold Miner ETF (GDXJ) will create an opportunity to buy some of the world’s most valuable junior gold companies for pennies on the dollar all thanks to a coming tsunami of selling that has nothing to do with the companies themselves. Frankly, I expect the opportunity around the corner will be so big that I’m getting millions of dollars of my own money ready to deploy

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Market Crashes: How Gold & Gold Stock Performance Compared to the S&P 500

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The market crash of 2008 did not just hurt the S&P, it hurt real estate and gold equities. The sell off was brutal. Was 2008 an isolated incident or does a crash in general equities always spell doom for gold and gold stocks? This article examines 5 previous bear markets starting in 1973 in the S&P and looks at the performance of gold and gold stocks.

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The EV/EBITDA Ratios of These 5 Canadian Small Caps Suggest They Deserve Investor Attention

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Some experts call the EV/EBITDA ratio the “Golden Ratio” and consider it the best metric for finding value. Why? Because over the past 20 years the companies with the lowest 10% EV/EBITDA multiples have returned 2,227% compared to 500% for the S&P 500. Today we have identified 5 Canadian small caps that are trading below 5x EV/EBITDA and have an average ROE of greater than 15% over the past five years and, as such, deserve investor attention as potentially undervalued stocks.

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