Gold Stock Analyst 2019 Conference


The GSA Value Index is a rough metric that uses GSA's proprietary Market Cap/oz database compiled since 1994 to estimate the potential upside of the current Top10 portfolio based on the current price of gold. For instance, based on the gold price of $1,069/oz on the December 29, 2015 Comex close, we judged gold stocks to be trading as if the gold price was at $508/oz. Thus, the GSA Value Index had gold stocks undervalued by 53%.


In the February 2019 issue...

of GSA-Pro we address the recent "mergers of elepants" ... Newmont and Goldcorp, Barrick and RandGold. Why they might do it, and why owning those behemoths makes much less sense than owning the GSA-Top10.

We provide in depth reports on Kirkland Lake, Leagold, Lundin, Midas, New Gold, Newmont/Goldcorp, and Mega-Oz Projects Northern Dynasty, Novagold, Pretium and Seabridge. Plus recent news of our Top 10 stocks and our regular data charts of all GSA-Pro stocks.

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