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Eye catching Gold Industry Stocks: (NYSE:NEM), (NYSE:ABX), (NYSEAMEX:GSS), (NYSEAMEX:VGZ)

on 31/12/2012

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Stocks that are being watched this morning are: NEM, ABX, GSS, VGZ

Newmont Mining Corp (NYSE:NEM) started trade with the opening price of $45.35 and, at the end of the trade day closed at $45.03 by scoring -0.97% while the market capitalization of NEM was 22.36 billion. The 5 days graph showed NEM as a gainer of +2.11%.

NEM was in the red as it fell -7.11% and it dropped in its 50 day’s moving average and showed a negative figure of -5.87%.

How Should Investors React To NEM Now? Find Out In This TREND ANALYSIS REPORT

Barrick Gold Corporation (USA) (NYSE:ABX) was an eye catching stock of the Gold industry and traded with the starting price of $34.25, hit a high of $34.43 and closed at $34.01. The market capitalization remained at 34.03 billion.

ABX was among the hot volume gainers of Friday and traded with volume of 4,054,500 shares in the last session, as compared to average volume of 6.88 million shares.

How Should Investors Trade ABX Now? Don’t Trade ABX Until You Read This TREND ANALYSIS REPORT

Golden Star Resources Ltd. (USA) (NYSEAMEX:GSS) gained investor’s attention due to high volume, as the number of shares traded in Friday’s trading were 871,968 shares and its average volume remained 1.61 million shares. It showed a percentage loss of -1.69% to close at $1.75.

Here is a view of some previous trends of GSS:  1 month performance was down and the stock dropped -3.85%, while the one year  performance was up and the stock escalated +6.71%. YTD performance showed it a gainer of +6.06%.

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Vista Gold Corp. (NYSEAMEX:VGZ), after initiating the trade at $2.61, gained the high price range in the previous trading day of $2.64 and then closed at $2.58 by scoring -1.53%.

VGZ traded with volume of 270,850 shares in the last trading session, as compared to average volume of 462,059 shares.

Vista Gold Corp. (NYSEAMEX:VGZ) has reported the closing of its earlier announced public offering of 4,182,550 units, which consisted of 545,550 units issued pursuant to the full exercise of the underwriter’s over allotment preference. The units were accessible to the public at a price of US$2.75 for each unit.

Is VGZ A Solid Investment At These Levels? Find Out Exactly Where VGZ Is Headed With This TREND ANALYSIS REPORT

 

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Source: anotherwinningtrade Posted Mon, December 31, 2012 14:11 - Permalink