gold mining stocks

Even at These Prices, Consider Buying Gold

Gold was out when the seventies ended, but the loss of confidence in paper money has sent it soaring once more. Investors who missed the metal's recent rise should not despair: There's still plenty time to get in on the action. Here's how.

Think You've Missed Gold's Run-Up? Think Again

One interesting aspect of the gold rush is that shares of gold-miners haven't skyrocketed along with the price of physical gold. So, one money pro offers his top-three gold-mining stock picks for investors who are still on the outside looking in.

Face-Off on Stocks: Barrick Gold, Newmont Mining, Goldcorp

With gold prices going gangbusters, there's no shortage of ways to play the precious metal. But if you're really looking for some action (as well as some potential downside protection), individual gold-mining picks have the best shot to outperform.

Should You Join the Crowd Piling Into Gold?

Thanks to the Greek debt crisis and other economic shocks, investors have been rushing into gold all year. Is this just a herd mentality at work, or is it a wise assessment of the economic road that lies ahead?

Kinross Gold to Buy Red Back Mining for $7.1 Billion

Kinross Gold Corp. (KGC) will buy the 91% of shares in Red Back Mining (RBIFF) that it doesn%u2019t already own. Kinross will pay $7.1 billion for the shares. The price represents a value of C$30.50 ($29.77) per Red Back share, The International Business Times reported. That%u2019s a premium of 17% over the price of Red Back shares at close of trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange on Friday.