This list shows the top-performing gold stocks this month, which we’ll be watching in September 2017. While these stocks posted gains in August, we still aren’t recommending them. Instead, we’re going to show you Money Morning Resource Specialist Peter Krauth’s pick for the best gold stock to buy this year…
|Top Gold Stock||Share Price||August 2017 Gain|
|Sibanye Gold Ltd. (NYSE ADR: SBGL)||$6.35||+22.9%|
|Iamgold Corp. (NYSE: IAG)||$6.49||+20%|
|Alamos Gold Inc. (NYSE: AGI)||$8.17||+15.1%|
|Franco Nevada Corp. (NYSE: FNV)||$81.20||+11.6%|
|Hudbay Minerals Inc. (NYSE: HBM)||$8.70||+11.5%|
|Gold Fields Ltd. (NYSE ADR: GFI)||$4.42||+10.9%|
|Randgold Resources Ltd. (Nasdaq ADR: GOLD)||$101.90||+9.6%|
|Harmony Gold Mining Co. (NYSE ADR: HMY)||$1.97||+8.8%|
|Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. (NYSE: AEM)||$50.60||+8.4%|
|Yamana Gold Inc. (NYSE: AUY)||$2.81||+7.9%|
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