Precious metal stocks haven’t performed well, even though many gold mining companies are reporting record production and earnings; but Mitchell Clark, contributor to Profit Confidential, believes that many gold and silver stocks are undervalued considering their growth prospects.
The reason, according to Clark, is that spot prices for gold and silver have pulled back in price. In Clark’s view, the pullback is part of a well-deserved correction/consolidation, which he outlines in the article, Gold and Silver Stocks Drifting, But Mining Stock Fundamentals Just Keep Getting Better
“There really is only one big tool left in the Federal Reserve’s kit and that’s money supply growth,” says Clark. “If you believe that the major increases in global money supplies will be inflationary, then real assets like resources and real estate should be a focus.”
Clark believes that exposure to gold and silver is an absolute must for any balanced investment portfolio. He also believes that precious metal stocks remain one of the most attractive stock market sectors for equity speculators.
While Clark doesn’t think we’re at the bottom yet, if gold and silver spot prices continue to trend lower this year, he’s confident that the stock market
will produce very attractive new entry points.
“I’m not overly enthusiastic about going long a major index, because I do feel that the stock market is in the process of topping out, this year or next,” says Clark.
“As a group, I think precious metal stocks will continue to drift lower over the coming months,” says Clark. “We’re not there yet, but a great new entry point will soon present itself.”
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