Reuters reported that Kinross Gold (TSE:K) intends to purchase 625,000 units of Edgewater Exploration (CVE:EDW).
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Recognizing the high quality of international gold knowledge and global investing pedigree that is available, this week’s profile has turned its focus to the British based BlackRock World Gold Fund (MUTF:BWGAX). Since its inception date of December of 1994, the fund has achieved numerous awards globally for its performance.
With just over $200 million of assets under management, the size of this fund is relatively nimble, providing greater flexibility for exposure to smaller exploratory positions which can enhance the upside potential in addition to the risk volatility.
Tocqueville Asset Management (and its founding principals) have been managing private wealth for more than 30 years, and investors of the Tocqueville Gold Fund (MUTF:TGLDX) have benefited from strong returns from the current portfolio manager who has been occupied with the fund’s stewardship since its inception in 1998.
In an exclusive interview with Gold Investing News, TD Precious Metals Fund managers Ari Levy and Chad Gilfillan explained some characteristics of the portfolio and how it is differentiated within the precious metals fund universe.
Reuters Africa reported that Kinross Gold (TSE:K) plans to invest significant funds into the Fruta del Norte gold project in Ecuador.
Having long been considered a leading investment in the gold-related arena, Van Eck Global has a track record of managing gold investment products dating well back into the last century. The United States based firm features the Van Eck International Investors Gold Fund, which has an inception date of February 10, 1956.
Lead portfolio manager at Dynamic Robert Cohen reveals his investment philosophy with Gold Investing News, “I never favour additional volatility. I do not associate stable companies however as always having less volatility. Plenty of producers have earnings misses, production issues that also lead to volatility. Meanwhile, exploration companies have no earnings, and therefore, can in fact, have less volatility.”
Gold’s role as the ultimate store of value remains evident and, “industry consolidation remains a strong theme in both the resource and gold sector. When this happens, supply actually contracts as the acquiring company prioritizes the best projects in the new combined company."
Renewed interest and enthusiasm for gold exploration and mining opportunities in the Yukon is being realized by new interactive technological infrastructure which engages investors, miners and industry experts.