GDX - VanEck Vectors Gold Miners ETF

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
18.85
+0.05 (+0.27%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close18.80
Open18.99
Bid0.00 x 800
Ask0.00 x 1400
Day's Range18.76 - 19.10
52 Week Range17.28 - 24.86
Volume34,694,517
Avg. Volume42,732,337
Net Assets8.22B
NAV18.62
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield0.95%
YTD Return-20.18%
Beta (3y)0.52
Expense Ratio (net)0.53%
Inception Date2006-05-16
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  • Barrick Gold Stock Still Strong after Acquisition Announcement
    Market Realist14 hours ago

    Barrick Gold Stock Still Strong after Acquisition Announcement

    On September 24, Barrick Gold (ABX) agreed to acquire Randgold Resources (GOLD) in a share-for-share deal. The merger would create an industry-leading gold company (GDX) with the greatest concentration of tier-one gold assets (GLD). See Barrick-Randgold Merger Would Create World’s Largest Gold Miner for more details. Today, Citi (C) analyst Alexander Hacking upgraded Barrick Gold (ABX) from “neutral” to “buy” and raised the target price from $11 to $14.

  • How Barrick-Randgold Merger Could Improve Shareholder Returns
    Market Realist17 hours ago

    How Barrick-Randgold Merger Could Improve Shareholder Returns

    Gold mining companies have been under tremendous pressure in 2018 as the price of gold (GLD) has fallen ~8% year-to-date. The VanEck Vectors Gold Miners ETF (GDX) has amplified that return by falling ~21% in the same period. Gold miners haven’t kept pace with broader equities (SPY) (IVV) and gold prices.

  • The Strategic Rationale for the Barrick-Randgold Merger
    Market Realist17 hours ago

    The Strategic Rationale for the Barrick-Randgold Merger

    Both Barrick Gold (ABX) and Randgold Resources (GOLD) believe the combined company will have the greatest concentration of tier one gold assets and the lowest total cash cost position among its senior gold miner peers (GDX). After the merger, the new Barrick Gold (ABX) will have: five of the world’s top ten tier one gold assets by total cash cost. the largest gold (GLD) reserves among senior gold peers. the highest adjusted EBITDA, the highest EBITDA margin, and the lowest cash cost position among senior gold peers. established positions with leading Chinese mining companies. ...

  • Barrick-Randgold Merger Would Create World’s Largest Gold Miner
    Market Realist17 hours ago

    Barrick-Randgold Merger Would Create World’s Largest Gold Miner

    On September 24, Barrick Gold (ABX) agreed to acquire Randgold Resources (GOLD) in a share-for-share deal. Based on their closing prices on September 21, the new Barrick Gold would have an aggregate market capitalization of $18.3 billion. Under the terms of the merger, Randgold Resources shareholders will receive 6.128 new Barrick Gold shares for each Randgold share.

  • Barrick Gold to Acquire Randgold: ETFs Set to Shine
    Zacks2 days ago

    Barrick Gold to Acquire Randgold: ETFs Set to Shine

    Barrick Gold has agreed to buy Africa-focused rival, Randgold Resources in an all-stock deal. The news has put the spotlight on a couple of gold mining ETFs.

  • Could the US Dollar’s Rally Fizzle to Gold’s Benefit?
    Market Realist14 days ago

    Could the US Dollar’s Rally Fizzle to Gold’s Benefit?

    Year-to-date, the UUP ETF (UUP) has risen 5.2%, while the SPDR Gold Shares ETF (GLD) has declined 8.4%. According to a Reuters poll, while the US dollar could hold onto its gains for the rest of this year, it’s unlikely to maintain its ascent after that. Other factors supporting the dollar such as rate hikes and trade tensions have now been priced into the dollar. Morgan Stanley analysts also believe that the US dollar is “topping out,” according to Bloomberg.

  • Citi Upgrades Barrick Gold—Why the Stock Needs More to Lift Off
    Market Realist28 days ago

    Citi Upgrades Barrick Gold—Why the Stock Needs More to Lift Off

    Citigroup (C) analyst Alexander Hacking upgraded Barrick Gold to “neutral” from “sell” on August 28. As reported by The Fly, Hacking mentions that he finds Barrick compelling, as its stock price has fallen ~30% in 2018. The target price for Agnico Eagles Mines (AEM) was reduced from $45 to $38, Goldcorp (GG) was reduced from $16 to $14, and Newmont Mining (NEM) was reduced from $42 to $36.

  • Gold Gains on US-Mexico Trade Deal—What’s the Upside?
    Market Realist29 days ago

    Gold Gains on US-Mexico Trade Deal—What’s the Upside?

    Gold (GLD) recorded its first weekly gain last week after six weeks of continued losses. The fall in the US dollar was the major reason for gold’s rise.

  • Is It a Good Time to Look at Gold?
    Market Realistlast month

    Is It a Good Time to Look at Gold?

    The SPDR Gold Trust ETF (GLD) has fallen ~8.0% year-to-date and ~11.0% from its April peak. The overall sentiment for gold remains quite bearish right now. Plus, it is also a seasonally weaker period for the precious metal, which could give investors an opportunity to buy gold at low levels and hold it as a hedge against economic uncertainty.

  • Trade Wars Hurt US Economic Growth Outlook: How Does Gold Look?
    Market Realistlast month

    Trade Wars Hurt US Economic Growth Outlook: How Does Gold Look?

    In the second quarter of 2018, the US economy grew at an annual pace of 4.1%, which marked a four-year high. However, as per a Reuters poll of economists, US economic growth will slow steadily over the coming few quarters. According to a Reuters poll of over 100 economists between August 13 and August 21, the boost that tax cuts gave to the US economy will likely wane.

  • Is the US Economy Showing the First Signs of Cracking?
    Market Realistlast month

    Is the US Economy Showing the First Signs of Cracking?

    According to David Rosenberg, the chief economist of Gluskin Sheff, 14 economic reports in August thus far have missed expectations. Among those that have missed the expectations are home sales and Markit PMI (purchasing managers’ index). Rosenberg said in a tweet, “Here we have nearly 3 misses for every beat, and yet the bullish chatter on the economy shows no signs of abating.

  • Which Gold Miners Could Offer Valuation Upsides after Q2 2018?
    Market Realistlast month

    Which Gold Miners Could Offer Valuation Upsides after Q2 2018?

    The average ratio of the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index and the S&P 500 Index (SPY) is 0.18 compared to the ten-year average of 0.68. While the valuations of broader equities have continued to increase, the valuations of gold stocks haven’t kept the pace, and the ratio has fallen. In this article, we’ll see how individual gold miners look based on their valuations and compared to their histories and their peers.

  • Gold Miners Are Deeply Oversold—Is a Bounce around the Corner?
    Market Realistlast month

    Gold Miners Are Deeply Oversold—Is a Bounce around the Corner?

    Moving averages help traders and investors make market entry or exit decisions. Usually, if a stock is trading below its moving averages, it indicates that the stock is oversold, and vice versa. As we can see in the above table, all the gold miners we’re reviewing in this series are trading at discounts to their 50-day and 20-day moving averages based on their closing prices on August 17.

  • How Analysts Expect Gold Miners’ Earnings to Progress
    Market Realistlast month

    How Analysts Expect Gold Miners’ Earnings to Progress

    Now that we’ve considered analysts’ revenue estimates for the senior gold miners under review (GDX) in this series, let’s take a look at analysts’ EBITDA estimates.

  • What’s Driving Analysts’ Revenue Forecasts for Gold Miners?
    Market Realistlast month

    What’s Driving Analysts’ Revenue Forecasts for Gold Miners?

    In the previous article, we looked at analysts’ ratings for senior gold mining companies. In this article, we’ll look at analysts’ estimates for those companies’ (GDX) (JNUG) revenues going forward. 

  • Which Gold Miners Analysts Love after Q2 2018 and Why
    Market Realistlast month

    Which Gold Miners Analysts Love after Q2 2018 and Why

    In this article, we’ll look at the market sentiments for these companies. We’ll look at analysts’ recommendations, target prices, and potential upsides or downsides for these gold miners.

  • Which Gold Miners Could Surprise on the Upside on Free Cash Flow?
    Market Realistlast month

    Which Gold Miners Could Surprise on the Upside on Free Cash Flow?

    FCF (free cash flow) generation is important for gold mining companies (SGDM) (GDX). This excess cash helps miners optimize their financial leverages, invest in projects that can drive long-term value, and provide shareholder returns.

  • Ranking Gold Miners Based on Debt-Repayment Capacity
    Market Realistlast month

    Ranking Gold Miners Based on Debt-Repayment Capacity

    To a point, companies try to optimize their debt-to-equity mixes. In fact, it isn’t always bad to carry debt if a company can repay it through earnings.

  • How Do Gold Miners’ Liquidity Positions Look?
    Market Realistlast month

    How Do Gold Miners’ Liquidity Positions Look?

    One way to assess a company’s liquidity is to calculate its current ratio. Newmont Mining (NEM) and Kinross Gold (KGC) are doing the best among senior miners with ratios of 4.6x and 3.7x, respectively. Goldcorp (GG) and Yamana Gold (AUY), on the other hand, have the lowest current ratios of 1.01x and 1.04x, respectively.

  • Which Gold Miners Are in Sound Financial Health?
    Market Realistlast month

    Which Gold Miners Are in Sound Financial Health?

    As precious metals prices started weakening, investors shifted their focus from high-leverage miners (GDX) (GDXJ) to low-leverage miners with sound growth plans, leading miners to trim their balance sheets. Newmont Mining’s (NEM) net debt at the end of the second quarter was ~$1 billion compared to $1.9 billion at the end of 2016. The improvement was due to its EBITDA improvement and net debt reduction.

  • Which Gold Miners Could Grow Their Productions Going Forward?
    Market Realistlast month

    Which Gold Miners Could Grow Their Productions Going Forward?

    After making discretionary cuts on exploration and capex for many years, gold miners (GDX) (JNUG) have started to refocus on production growth. Newmont Mining (NEM) has approved eight projects since mid-2014. It’s also still on track to reach commercial production at Subika Underground in the fourth quarter.

  • What Factors Could Support Newmont’s Valuation Multiple?
    Market Realistlast month

    What Factors Could Support Newmont’s Valuation Multiple?

    What Could Drive Newmont Mining Stock in the Rest of 2018? Newmont Mining (NEM) has a forward EV-to-EBITDA multiple of 7.6x, which is the highest among the senior gold miners. Senior miners Kinross Gold (KGC), Barrick Gold (ABX), and Goldcorp (GG) are trading at forward multiples of 3.7x, 5.5x, and 6.3x, respectively.

  • Does Gold Miners’ Declining Production Herald Tighter Supply?
    Market Realistlast month

    Does Gold Miners’ Declining Production Herald Tighter Supply?

    Goldcorp (GG) produced 571,000 ounces of gold in the second quarter, a fall of ~10.0% YoY (year-over-year). Barrick Gold (ABX) produced ~1.07 million ounces of gold in the second quarter, reflecting a fall of ~25.0% YoY. Part of Barrick Gold’s lower production was expected due to lower ore grades, recovery at the Barrick Nevada oxide mill, and scheduled maintenance shutdowns at the Barrick Nevada and Pueblo Viejo autoclaves.

  • Analyzing Gold Miners’ Beats and Misses after Q2 2018
    Market Realistlast month

    Analyzing Gold Miners’ Beats and Misses after Q2 2018

    Among the gold miners (RING) (GDX) we’re discussing in this series, only Newmont Mining (NEM) beat analysts’ expectations in the second quarter. Stock reactions to the companies’ beats and misses and the extent of gold’s beats and misses varied among miners.

  • Which Gold Miners Show Upside Potential after Q2 2018?
    Market Realistlast month

    Which Gold Miners Show Upside Potential after Q2 2018?

    Gold prices haven’t been able to catch a break even as geopolitical concerns have become more pronounced. On August 15, gold prices fell to a 19-month low of $1,173 per ounce as the US dollar continued its winning streak. The precious metal appears to have lost some of its safe-haven appeal.