Has mid-tier gold miners’ bubble been burst?

With the mega mergers creating two of the world’s largest miners, there may still be an opportunity for mid-tier miners to find quality assets of their own, said Randy Smallwood, CEO of Wheaton Precious Metals.
“There’s still, within the mid-tiers and the single-asset companies there’s still a lot of good opportunities, and certain markets have more strength than others. The Australian market has shown some real strength,” Smallwood told Kitco News on the sidelines of the Denver Gold Forum. (show less)

With the mega mergers creating two of the world’s largest miners, there may still be an opportunity for mid-tier miners to find quality assets of their own, said Randy Smallwood, CEO of Wheaton Precious Metals.
“There’s still, within the mid-tiers and the single-asset companies there’s still a lot of good opportunities, and certain markets have more strength than others. The Australian market has shown some real strength,” Smallwood told Kitco News on the ... (read more)

Denver Gold Forum 2019

Denver Gold Forum 2019
September 15-18, 2019, Hyatt Regency, DenverHosted each September in Colorado, the Denver Gold Forum (DGF) is the world’s most prestigious precious metal equities investment forum. The Denver Gold Forum showcases seven-eighths of the world’s publicly traded gold and silver companies when measured by production and reserves. The invitation-only event is attended by the world’s leading specialist precious metal investors as well as generalist institutional investors. Buy- and sell-side analysts from around the world makeup the balance of the participants.

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