Schaut euch den Chart von Agnico-Eagle Mines (WKN 860325) an, hier ist gem. "DER AKTIONÄR" weiters großes Potenzial. Nachfolgend aus dem aktuellem Newsletter:
Glänzende Aktie Der Goldpreis hat sich zuletzt prächtig entwickelt, der Aufwärtstrend sollte sich fortsetzen. Top-Chancen auf Gewinne mit Gold bietet die kanadische Agnico-Eagle Mines. Selten war der Markt so nervös wie derzeit. Wie geht es weiter mit der US-Konjunktur? Ist der Aufschwung der Weltwirtschaft vorbei? Gibt es einen Börsencrash? Diese Fragen dürften die Anleger noch eine Weile quälen. Parallel könnte es in den kommenden Monaten einen großen Gewinner dieser Entwicklung geben: Gold. Wie DER AKTIONÄR bereits in Ausgabe 04/08 geschrieben hat, gilt Gold traditionell als sicherer Hafen in unsicheren Zeiten. Kanadische Perle Goldaktien sollten deshalb in keinem Depot fehlen. Besonders attraktiv ist Agnico-Eagle Mines. Das kanadische Unternehmen wurde vor 36 Jahren gegründet und zählt zu den alten Hasen in der Branche. Derzeit produzieren die Kanadier im Jahr 250.000 Unzen. Bis 2010 soll die Förderung auf 1,2 Millionen Unzen steigen. Sämtliche Entwicklungsprojekte in Kanada, den USA, Finnland und Mexiko sind weit fortgeschritten. ?Bis 2010 werden wir in fünf neuen Goldminen die Produktion starten?, so Agnico-Chef Sean Boyd. Lob vom Experten Darüber hinaus ist das Unternehmen ein Low-Cost-Produzent. Pro Unze Gold muss Agnico nur 230 Dollar aufwenden, was ein gutes Stück unter dem Branchendurchschnitt liegt. 480 Millionen Dollar Cash und 300 Millionen Dollar Kreditlinie sind zudem ein solides finanzielles Polster. Kein Wunder, dass Michael Jalonen, Rohstoffanalyst von Merrill Lynch, viel von Agnico hält. Seiner Meinung nach sollte der Titel 2008 besonders gut abschneiden. Fazit DER AKTIONÄR erwartet, dass der Goldpreis seinen Aufwärtstrend fortsetzt. Dies und die bevorstehende Produktionsausweitung dürften Agnico beflügeln. Auf Jahressicht hat das Papier 50 Prozent Potenzial.
Solid operational performance ? Payable gold production2 in the first quarter of 2018 was 389,278 ounces at production costs per ounce of $759, total cash costs3 per ounce of $648 and all-in sustaining costs per ounce4 ("AISC") of $889
Production and cost guidance reiterated for 2018 ? Full year production guidance is unchanged at 1.53 million ounces of gold at total cash costs per ounce of $625 to $675 and AISC of $890 to $940 per ounce.
Nunavut development projects progressing on schedule and on budget ? Amaruq permitting is on track for approval in the second quarter of 2018 and the underground exploration ramp is proceeding as planned. Meliadine construction and development is progressing well and procurement activities for the 2018 barge season are now complete
Infill drilling at the East Malartic property yields favourable results, potential development options under review ? Recent drilling at East Malartic has returned significant intersections of 2.5 grams per tonne ("g/t") gold over 37.7 metres at 238 metres depth, including 3.6 g/t gold over 10.6 metres. Studies are underway to evaluate potential mining scenarios at both East Malartic and the neighbouring Odyssey project. Permitting activities to provide ramp access to both projects are currently underway
Acquisition of Yamana Gold Inc.'s ("Yamana") 50% interest in the Canadian exploration assets of Canadian Malartic Corporation ("CMC") completed in late March 2018 ? Agnico Eagle now owns the exploration assets of CMC, which include the Kirkland Lake and Hammond Reef projects. At Kirkland Lake, a 25,700 metre drill program will be carried out in 2018 to further evaluate known deposits and test new target areas
Monetization of non-core assets ? The Company is assessing opportunities to monetize non-core assets, including the West Pequop Joint Venture, Summit and PQX properties in Nevada, the Cobalt mining properties in the historic Cobalt silver district in Ontario, and its equity investment in Belo Sun Mining Corp. ("Belo Sun") which it disposed of this month as previously announced
A quarterly dividend of $0.11 per share was declared
Operational performance remains strong ? Payable gold production 2 in the second quarter of 2018 was 404,961 ounces at production costs per ounce of $750 , total cash costs 3 per ounce of $656 and all-in sustaining costs per ounce 4 ("AISC") of $921
Production guidance increased for 2018 ? Full year production guidance is now forecast to be 1.58 million ounces of gold compared to previous guidance of 1.53 million ounces of gold. Unit cost guidance is unchanged, with total cash costs per ounce of $625 to $675 and AISC of $890 to $940 per ounce. However, the Company expects total cash costs per ounce to trend lower in the second half of 2018
Amaruq project receives permit approval ? The Type A water licence for the Whale Tail pit was approved by the Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada on July 11, 2018 . Preliminary construction work and stripping of the Whale Tail pit began in late July, as expected, and the Whale Tail deposit remains on schedule and budget for the start of production in the third quarter of 2019
Meliadine project proceeding on schedule and on budget; step-out drilling extends Tiriganiaq mineralization ? The 2018 shipping season is underway at Meliadine and development activities remain on track for the expected commencement of production in the second quarter of 2019. A recent drill hole returned 27.3 grams per tonne ("g/t") gold over 12.8 metres at 483 metres depth. This hole is expected to extend the inferred mineral resources envelope at Tiriganiaq
Akasaba West Project receives Federal and Provincial authorization ? The Company will now proceed with applications for the Mining Lease and Certificates of Authorization. The Company is reviewing the timeline for the integration of the Akasaba West project into the Goldex production profile
LaRonde Zone 5 (LZ5) declares commercial production and Lapa mine life extended until the fourth quarter of 2018 ? LZ5 declared commercial production on June 1, 2018 . In order to maximize production, ore from LZ5 will be batch processed with ore from Lapa until the end of 2018
A quarterly dividend of $0.11 per share was declared
Strong quarterly production with stable cost performance continues - Payable gold production2 in the third quarter of 2018 was 421,718 ounces at production costs per ounce of $657, total cash costs per ounce3 of $637 and all-in sustaining costs per ounce4 ("AISC") of $848
Production guidance increased for 2018 and 2019 - Based on strong operational performance, 2018 production guidance is now forecast to be approximately 1.60 million ounces of gold, compared to previous guidance of 1.58 million ounces of gold. Total cash costs per ounce and AISC are expected to be at or slightly below the mid-point of the 2018 guidance range ($625 to $675 per ounce and $890 to $940 per ounce, respectively). Given the positive development progress in Nunavut, 2019 production guidance is now forecast to exceed the mid-point of the current guidance range (1.63 to 1.77 million ounces). The Company will update its 2019 production guidance in February 2019
Meliadine project on budget and slightly ahead of schedule - At the end of September, construction at Meliadine was 89% completed and underground development was proceeding as planned with the first production stope in the drilling phase. Commissioning of the process plant is expected to begin in the first quarter of 2019, followed by the expected commencement of commercial production in the second quarter of 2019
Amaruq project continues to advance on schedule and on budget for 2018 - Expansion of the haulage road and exterior construction activities are scheduled to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2018. The first ore is expected to be mined early in the second quarter of 2019. Initial production from the Whale Tail deposit is expected to begin in the third quarter of 2019
Drilling at Amaruq continues to expand known mineralized zones at depth, further highlighting the potential for underground mining - Recent drilling intersected 19.6 grams per tonne ("g/t") gold over 5.6 metres at 656 metres depth, expanding the V Zone westward at depth. A recent confirmation hole in the Whale Tail North deposit returned 19.5 g/t gold over 7.0 metres at 477 metres depth, which could expand the mineral resources outline. High-grade intercepts, such as 14.2 g/t gold over 5.1 metres at 698 metres depth, expands the deep potential of the Whale Tail deposit to the west. Underground ramp development is continuing at Amaruq, and the Company is evaluating potential underground mining scenarios
A quarterly dividend of $0.11 per share was declared
Fourth quarter of 2018 and full year 2018 highlights include:
Strong quarterly operational performance; annual gold production and costs better than forecast for seventh consecutive year - Payable gold production2 in the fourth quarter of 2018 was 410,712 ounces at production costs per ounce of $693, total cash costs per ounce3 of $608 and all-in sustaining costs per ounce4 ("AISC") of $852. Payable gold production for the full year 2018 was 1,626,669 ounces at production costs per ounce of $713, with total cash costs per ounce of $637, compared to the most recent guidance of 1,600,000 ounces of gold at total cash costs per ounce of $650. AISC for the full year 2018 were $877, compared to the most recent guidance of $915 per ounce
Increased gold production guidance in 2019 with further gold production growth forecast through 2021 - The gold production forecast for 2019 is now 1.75 million ounces, compared to the most recent guidance of 1.70 million ounces. The mid-point of gold production guidance for 2020 is unchanged at 2.0 million ounces, and the mid-point of gold production guidance for 2021 is 2.05 million ounces
Unit costs expected to be stable to declining through 2021 as gold production increases - In 2019, total cash costs per ounce are forecast to be between $620 and $670 and AISC are forecast to be between $875 and $925 per ounce as the Nunavut business transitions from the Meadowbank deposit to Amaruq and Meliadine. With much higher gold production expected in 2020, total cash costs per ounce are forecast to decline to between $600 and $650, while AISC are forecast to decline to between $840 and $890 per ounce. The Company expects total cash costs per ounce and AISC to decline further in 2021
Meliadine project ahead of schedule and under budget with commissioning of the mill now underway; Amaruq project remains on track for production start-up in the third quarter of 2019 - Commercial production at Meliadine is now expected to be achieved early in the second quarter of 2019 (compared to previous guidance of late in the second quarter of 2019). Development activities at Amaruq are progressing as planned. Open pit mining has commenced at the Whale Tail pit and commissioning of the long-haul truck fleet is underway
Year over year increase in gold reserves and average grade - 2018 gold mineral reserves, net of 2018 gold production, increased by 7% to 22.0 million ounces of gold (254 million tonnes grading 2.70 grams per tonne ("g/t") gold), while the gold reserve grade increased by approximately 8% from the previous year. A large portion of the increase comes from LaRonde 3, the Kittila shaft expansion, the acquisition of the remaining 50% interest in the Kirkland Lake assets and a new open pit mine plan at Amaruq. Gold contained in measured and indicated mineral resources and inferred mineral resources increased by 9% and 19%, respectively; however, the grades of these mineral resources decreased as high grade resources were transferred to mineral reserves in 2018
Dividend increased by 14% - A quarterly dividend of $0.125 per share has been declared. The previous quarterly dividend was $0.11 per share.
Wie zu lesen war, sollen am kommenden Montag durch das Unternehmen Geschäftszahlen bekannt gegeben werden. Im letzten Quartal bewegte sich der Gold- und Silberpreis eigentlich immer auf einem hohen Niveau. Das momentane Umfeld ist positiv für Minenaktien gestimmt. Gut möglich, dass wir hier am Montag auch eine positive Überraschung erleben. Ich hab mir mal einige Aktien ins Depot gelegt. Bei diesem Wert dürfte das wohl kaum ein Fehler sein. Wie seht ihr das ?
Servus an Alle, den Verlauf des Abverkauf an der Nasdaq finde ich sehr seltsam. Einmal von den Voluminas und zum Anderen verstehe ich nicht warum, da die Zahlen nicht desaströs sind. Im Gegenteil, das Unternehmen agiert vorsichtig konservativ.? Sehe den Absturz als Kaufchance. Sofern ein Institutioneller sich von Agnico verabschiedet hat und nicht zockt. Habt ihr irgendwelche Anhaltspunkte
... said that it now expects full-year production of 1.87 million gold ounces compared with its previous outlook of 1.95 million gold ounces. The production is going to be lower due to more conservative mining plan in the West mine area at LaRonde
Also für mich klingt das dramatisch, normal sollte ein Wachstum kommuniziert werden. Und der Cashflow ist auch zurück gegangen!