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Gold Mining Stocks: Now is the Time to Buy

There are lots of reasons you should own some gold. Despite taking a recent breather, gold prices are still up by 139% in the last five years.

Even so, shares of gold mining stocks have suffered lately, hurt mainly by higher energy and exploration costs.

In fact, the stocks of the large gold miners have become nearly as undervalued as they were during the 2008 financial crisis.

The last time shares of these big gold producers were this cheap, they rallied by 283%.

At these levels, that means it's time to take a closer look at shares of big gold miners - while they are still a bargain.

Here's what you need to know...

The Gold Bull Market is Not Over

A number of factors point to higher prices for gold:

  • Real interest rates remain in negative territory. Sitting in cash right now is a losing proposition.
  • The austerity movement in Europe is being replaced with more fiscal easing. The European Central Bank may have to print trillions of euros of debt to keep the Eurozone intact.
  • The odds of more fiscal stimulus in China and the U.S. have increased, as two of the world's largest economies struggle to gain traction.
  • Despite healthy demand and rising prices, global production of the metal rose just 0.7% annually from 1999 through 2011.
Combined with aggressive gold-buying binges by China and other foreign governments moving away from the U.S. dollar, the stage is set for the price of gold to rally.



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Uranium Prices Report: Uranium to Double on "Nuclear Renaissance"

Uranium stocks got hammered in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.

But now uranium mining stocks have finally begun to bounce back... just like we told you they would.

After getting pummeled last year, shares of Cameco Corp. (NYSE: CCJ) - the world's second-largest uranium miner - are up 32%.

Meanwhile, smaller American competitors Uranium Resources Inc. (Nasdaq: URRE) and Uranium Energy Corp. (AMEX: UEC) are each up about 30%. And the Global X Uranium ETF (NYSE: URA) is up 25%.



But that's just the beginning...