4 Best Mining stocks [Monthly]
Newmont Goldcorp. (NYSE: NEM) : Newmont Mining Corp. has bought Canadian miner Goldcorp Inc. in 2019, and the new company is called Newmont Goldcorp. Newmont, an American mining company, has active gold mines in Nevada, Australia, Ghana, Peru, and Suriname. They produce and explores gold, silver, copper, zinc and lead. They have a strategic alliance agreement with Kirkland Lake Gold Ltd. S&P 500 Component. Headquarters in Greenwood Village, Colorado, USA.
Barrick Gold Corporation (NYSE: GOLD, TSX: ABX) : The largest gold mining company in the world. Products - Gold Silver Copper. Operations in Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, the Dominican Republic, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Saudi Arabia, the United States and Zambia. : Barrick Nevada, Pueblo Viejo, Veladero mine, Lagunas Norte mine, Kalgoorlie, Porgera, Turquoise Ridge, Hemlo, Golden Sunlight mine, Pascua Lama. S&P/TSX 60 component. Headquarters in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Agnico Eagle Mines Limited (NYSE: AEM, TSX: AEM) : Canadian Gold producer. Operating in Canada, Finland, Mexico and United States. They are extending exploration and development activities to the United States. Agnico Eagle has full exposure to higher gold prices consistent with its policy of no-forward gold sales. In 1953, five struggling mining companies joined together to become Cobalt Consolidated Mining. When the company changed its name to Agnico Mines. "Agnico" is derived from the periodic table of elements using the symbols for silver (Ag), nickel (Ni) and cobalt (Co). S&P/TSX 60 component. Headquarters in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Wheaton Precious Metals (NYSE: WPM, TSX: WPM, FWB: SII) : A multinational Canadian precious metals streaming company. It produces over 26 million ounces and sells over 29 million ounces of silver mined by other companies including Barrick Gold and Goldcorp as a by-product of their main operations. Silver Wheaton was established in 2004 and it was previously controlled by Goldcorp until 2006 when Goldcorp's sale of 18 million shares reduced its ownership to 48%. In 2008 Goldcorp divested itself completely of Silver Wheaton. Headquarters in Vancouver, Canada.