Why Gold Miners Are Falling
May 6th 2013 5:35PM
Updated May 6th 2013 6:05PM
The end of last week saw a trifecta of bad news for gold miners, even as the SPDR Gold Trust showed a measure of strength. Randgold saw earnings weakness, Gold Fields was downgraded, and Goldcorp missed earnings estimates significantly. The interplay between the gold commodity and the gold miners has been particularly interesting of late, making this a good time to consider gold mining stocks and their prospects moving forward.
In the video below, Fool.com contributor Doug Ehrman discusses the overall structure of the gold market, the three events described above, and the way forward.
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