How to Pick Winning Gold Stocks

Australian Gold expert Brian Chu reveals his proven framework for identifying undervalued gold stocks

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  • What to look for in a winning gold stock. Brian shares the metrics you can use to spot hidden opportunities and shortlist potential winning gold stocks.
  • The three types of gold stocks to look for, including the potential pitfalls and strategies of each.
  • Did you know that a gold stock’s price tends to soar at key points? Knowing about the ‘gold stock life cycle’ gives you a great chance of knowing the best entry points into these stocks.
  • The right gold stock to invest in according to your risk appetite. The beauty of gold is that there’s room for both speculative and conservative investors. Brian will show you how to find the right gold stocks for your risk tolerance.

Dear Reader,

Gold prices have been ‘remarkably resilient given (rate) hiking expectations, and a softening physical market’, says one Standard Chartered analyst.

That should come as no surprise given the current market conditions.

Inflation is at a 40-year high. Stocks are faltering. Bonds are crashing. Markets are venturing into bear market territory.

In other words, it’s the perfect storm for gold to flourish.

Indeed, there’s a ‘firm belief among analysts that gold is the safe haven during times of global economic turmoil’, according to the Australian Financial Review.

But more than gold, it’s gold mining stocks that historically have the potential to perform even better in market turmoil.

See, as gold prices rise, the companies that mine it tends to see higher demand and bigger revenues.

That might be enough to send some small miners’ stock prices upwards.

Case in point: one gold mining stock soared 2,943% during the 2008 global financial crisis. At the time, physical gold was only up 57%.

However, don’t expect all gold mining stocks to shoot up like this, as these stocks are high risk.

In fact…

Winning gold stocks are rare

 

But gold expert Brian Chu believes his simple framework can improve your odds of finding them.

It’s how he’s able to consistently outperform the ASX Gold Mining Index. In 2019 alone, his portfolio achieved a 127.72% return compared to the gold index’s 26.81%.

He reveals his methods in the FREE report ‘How to Pick Winning ASX Gold Stocks’.

In it, he introduces his approach for finding undervalued gold stocks with the best chance to skyrocket.

The report covers the fundamentals — from the key metrics to look for when evaluating gold stocks to a valuation method to ensure you’re not paying too much for a stock.

Whether you’re a novice investor or already have gold stocks in your portfolio…

Brian’s goal is to help you navigate through the landmines and uncover profit opportunities in the gold market.

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