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These Are My 10 Favorite Junior Mining Companies

As of November 6, gold was up more than 28%. Besides investing in gold directly, many investors prefer getting exposure via gold mining stocks. And even then, investors have a range of choices, from the “seniors” (large-cap) to “juniors” (small-cap) to precious metal royal companies.

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Gold ended the trading session down 4.41% on Monday, November 9, its worst one-day slump since mid-August, on promising coronavirus vaccine news.

Despite the selloff, the yellow metal has had an extraordinary year. Fueled by historic amounts of fiscal stimulus and negative-yielding debt, as well as economic and geopolitical uncertainty, the price of gold touched a new record high this past summer. As of November 6, it was up more than 28%.

Investors have piled into global ETFs backed by gold. According to the World Gold Council (WGC), October was the 11th straight month of net inflows into gold-backed ETFs, bringing total combined holdings up to a record $235 billion.

Besides investing in gold directly, many investors prefer getting exposure via gold mining stocks. And even then, investors have a range of choices, from the “seniors” (large-cap) to “juniors” (small-cap) to precious metal royal companies.

Below is a list of my favorite junior precious metal mining companies, the largest among them being Gran Colombia with a market cap of $305 million. All data is as of the close on Friday, November 6, and priced in U.S. dollars.

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Closing Price Market Cap Total Return Year-to-Date
$0.27 $18.5M 62.07%

 

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These Are My 10 Favorite Junior Mining Companies

 

Closing Price Market Cap Total Return Year-to-Date
$0.48 $31.1M 71.08%

 

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These Are My 10 Favorite Junior Mining Companies

 

Closing Price Market Cap Total Return Year-to-Date
$0.50 $50.8M 8.05%

 

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These Are My 10 Favorite Junior Mining Companies

 

Closing Price Market Cap Total Return Year-to-Date
$0.25 $47.1M 50.74%

 

5.

 

Closing Price Market Cap Total Return Year-to-Date
$5.02 $304.7M 19.09%

 

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These Are My 10 Favorite Junior Mining Companies

 

Closing Price Market Cap Total Return Year-to-Date
$0.94 $76.9M 242.48%

 

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These Are My 10 Favorite Junior Mining Companies

 

Closing Price Market Cap Total Return Year-to-Date
$0.16 $28.4M 102.40%

 

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These Are My 10 Favorite Junior Mining Companies

 

Closing Price Market Cap Total Return Year-to-Date
$0.81 $52.9M 76.79%

 

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These Are My 10 Favorite Junior Mining Companies

 

Closing Price Market Cap Total Return Year-to-Date
$0.35 $28.7M 39.92%

 

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Closing Price Market Cap Total Return Year-to-Date
$0.26 $59.1M 39.78%

The companies above have a couple more things in common. Number one, all of them are either currently held in our World Precious Minerals Fund (UNWPX) or they were at one time very recently.

And number two, each one will participate in the first ever Virtual Junior Mining Expo, to be held this Thursday, November 12, at 1:00 pm EST.

Co-hosted by my friends at Streetwise Reports, the virtual event will feature all 10 junior mining companies. Each one will present 20 slides, with just 20 seconds per slide. We designed the event with a “PechaKucha” style to keep things brisk and yet comprehensive and educational.

And the best part? You’re invited!

To register for the free event, just follow the link below. We hope to see you there!

 

 

Foreside Fund Services, LLC, Distributor. U.S. Global Investors is the investment adviser.

Performance data quoted represents past performance. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Current performance may be higher or lower than the performance data quoted. The principal value and investment return of an investment will fluctuate so that your shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost. Obtain Fund performance at www.usfunds.com or 1-800-US-FUNDS.

Gold, precious metals, and precious minerals funds may be susceptible to adverse economic, political or regulatory developments due to concentrating in a single theme. The prices of gold, precious metals, and precious minerals are subject to substantial price fluctuations over short periods of time and may be affected by unpredicted international monetary and political policies. We suggest investing no more than 5% to 10% of your portfolio in these sectors. Mutual fund investing involves risk. Principal loss is possible.

Fund portfolios are actively managed, and holdings may change daily. Holdings are reported as of the most recent quarter-end. Fund holdings should not be considered a recommendation to buy or sell any security. Holdings in the World Precious Minerals Fund as a percentage of net assets as of 9/30/2020: Allegiant Gold Ltd. 0.89%, Barksdale Resources Corp. 0.95%, Barsele Minerals Corp. 2.63%, Brixton Metals Corp. 0.70%, Gran Colombia Gold Corp. 0.00%, Magna Gold Corp. 1.44%, Orex Minerals Inc. 1.04%, Revival Gold Inc. 1.17%, Silver Viper Minerals Corp. 1.04%, TriStar Gold Inc. 7.16%.

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