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GDXJ - VanEck Junior Gold Miners ETF

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VanEck Junior Gold Miners ETF (GDXJ®) seeks to replicate as closely as possible, before fees and expenses, the price and yield performance of the MVIS® Global Junior Gold Miners Index (MVGDXJTR), which is intended to track the overall performance of small-capitalization companies that are involved primarily in the mining for gold and/or silver.

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Has recently run very hard and I think it's beating the GDX, which might be expected since it was probably overly smashed the past year or so. $65 to $25...

Looks like it might have seen a bottom down there to me. Already run to $42, but still a long way off ATHs.

AUD POG in clear air. If USD POG breaks through $2070, this should do very well as long as general equities don't implode at the same time and the punters just sell everything.

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GDXJ has halved in two years while POG has been poking around ATHs.

Sure, there's been inflation, interest rates up and it's getting harder to get capital, but seems like the juniors have been oversold generally speaking. So unloved.

SSR 10th largest holding. :oops:

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BTL finance posted this chart last week, and looking at it one can see a nice symmetrical similarity between what 2023 and what is happening now. Given that the GDXj as of this morning is still above last weeks level, it may well be that history is repating.
I hope so.
Mick

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BTL finance posted this chart last week, and looking at it one can see a nice symmetrical similarity between what 2023 and what is happening now. Given that the GDXj as of this morning is still above last weeks level, it may well be that history is repating.
I hope so.
Mick

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I assume from this he’s saying the juniors are about to go on a hard run north?
 
IMO the major gold producers need gold to get above $2200 (>10% rise) to make up for rising costs. The juniors (unproductive) will need a raging gold price to attract speculators. What's the probability that the fixers will let POG rise too much?
 
IMO the major gold producers need gold to get above $2200 (>10% rise) to make up for rising costs. The juniors (unproductive) will need a raging gold price to attract speculators. What's the probability that the fixers will let POG rise too much?

JP Morgan might have covered their shorts by the look of it.
 
Some nice consolidation occuring. Bouncing around that top blue line on the weekly would be nice.

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side question:
I know about GDXJ in the US,I bought in the past, but is there an asx equivalent?
I could not find it when trying to buy some earlier this week but it could be my super filtering access,,they like to ensure Io nly play mainstream
 
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