Morgan Says These 3 Gold Stocks Could Surge 40% (Or More)Lets talk about gold. Investors looking to safeguard their portfolio and protect their wealth generally bought heavily into gold, and the rate of gold has actually often been used as a proxy (albeit an inverse one) for general economic health. “Over time, in a product company, the lowest cost manufacturers with the longest life possessions tend to be the relative winners … Gold mines, when compared to base metals, typically have much shorter mines (sic) lives, and the gold miners have to focus on replacing reserves to maintain levels of production,” Langton kept in mind. Kinross Gold Corporation (KGC) First up, Kinross Gold, is a mid-cap business– valued at $8.6 billion– with active mining operations in the US, Brazil, West Africa, and Russia. (See SSRM stock analysis on TipRanks) Newmont Mining (NEM) Last on the list, Newmont, is the worlds biggest gold miner, boasting a $45.78 billion market cap, and active production in a variety of metals, consisting of gold, silver, zinc, lead, and copper.

“Over time, in a product service, the lowest cost producers with the longest life assets tend to be the relative winners … Gold mines, when compared to base metals, normally have much shorter mines (sic) lives, and the gold miners have to focus on changing reserves to maintain levels of production,” Langton kept in mind. Kinross Gold Corporation (KGC) First up, Kinross Gold, is a mid-cap business– valued at $8.6 billion– with active mining operations in the US, Brazil, West Africa, and Russia. (See SSRM stock analysis on TipRanks) Newmont Mining (NEM) Last on the list, Newmont, is the worlds largest gold miner, boasting a $45.78 billion market cap, and active production in a variety of metals, including gold, silver, zinc, copper, and lead.

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