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    Tengo esta minera australiana de oro pincipalmente que se está comportando muy bien . Corrigio hace unas semanas y ahora tira hacia máximos. Me gustan los ratios financieros y el oro parece tirar de nuevo, tiene per 13, 2017 se iría a 10,EV/EBITDA sobre 4, llevan años de beneficios crecientes, etc.


    P/E ratio (Price / EPS) 10,4x 6,87x
    Capitalization / Revenue 2,65x 2,18x
    EV / Revenue 2,37x 1,84x
    EV / EBITDA 4,74x 3,39x
    Yield (DPS / Price) 2,60% 2,50%

    Net Margin (Net Profit / Revenue) 25,3% 30,2%
    ROA (Net Profit / Asset) 34,9% 43,8%
    ROE (Net Profit / Equities) 39,5% 41,4%
    Rate of Dividend 27,1% 17,2%

    http://www.4-traders.com/NORTHERN-ST...93/financials/


    Web de la empresa
    http://www.nsrltd.com/

    Grafico cotización, alcista
    nst.png

  • #2
    Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
    Tengo esta minera australiana de oro pincipalmente que se está comportando muy bien . Corrigio hace unas semanas y ahora tira hacia máximos. Me gustan los ratios financieros y el oro parece tirar de nuevo, tiene per 13, 2017 se iría a 10,EV/EBITDA sobre 4, llevan años de beneficios crecientes, etc.


    P/E ratio (Price / EPS) 10,4x 6,87x
    Capitalization / Revenue 2,65x 2,18x
    EV / Revenue 2,37x 1,84x
    EV / EBITDA 4,74x 3,39x
    Yield (DPS / Price) 2,60% 2,50%

    Net Margin (Net Profit / Revenue) 25,3% 30,2%
    ROA (Net Profit / Asset) 34,9% 43,8%
    ROE (Net Profit / Equities) 39,5% 41,4%
    Rate of Dividend 27,1% 17,2%

    http://www.4-traders.com/NORTHERN-ST...93/financials/


    Web de la empresa
    http://www.nsrltd.com/

    Grafico cotización, alcista
    [ATTACH=CONFIG]7749[/ATTACH]
    What are analysts saying about Northern Star Resources Limited’s (ASX:NST) future?
    Gavin Beck January 16, 2017
    Northern Star Resources Limited (ASX:NST)’s business is predicted to grow 30.1% during the next year. Are you considering investing? Then keep reading. I’m going to investigate the latest data and look into some metrics you shouldn’t overlook.
    Check out our latest analysis for Northern Star Resources
    How is Northern Star Resources going to perform in the future?


    Investors in Northern Star Resources have been patiently waiting for the uptick in earnings and if you believe the 7 analysts covering the stock then the next 3 years will be very interesting. The estimates for earnings per share range from $0.46 to $0.73 with an average expectation of 94.7% growth.




    ASX-NST-past-future-earnings-Mon-Jan-16-2017


    Revenue during the same period is expected to grow from $785 Million to $1,006 Million in 2020 and profits (net income) are predicted to grow from $151 M to $304 M in 2020, roughly growing 2x. Margins are expected to be extremely healthy during this time as well.


    Basis for the growth


    Northern Star Resources has outperformed the average growth in earnings of the Materials industry over the past year.


    NST has been performing exceptionally based on an ROE of 42.7%, this is above the average for the industry of 12.58%. Investors can also expect the performance to continue around this level with the estimated ROE in 3 years staying at 32.6%.
    ASX-NST-future-perf-Mon-Jan-16-2017


    Return on equity (ROE) is a measure of how much profit (net income) a company makes as a percentage of the shareholders equity. Equity is made up of funds from the original issuing of shares and any retained earnings from previous financial years. It varies considerably across sectors, for this reason it is important to asses a stocks ROE relative to its industry. Whilst it is true that the higher the ROE the better the company is performing, ROE does have a weakness. A stock with a disproportionate amount of debt can lead to a small equity base. Thus, a small amount of net income (the numerator) could still produce a high ROE off a modest equity base (the denominator). For this reason investors should always consider the debt situation in conjunction with ROE


    https://simplywall.st/news/2017/01/1...-asxnst-future

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    • #3
      Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
      What are analysts saying about Northern Star Resources Limited’s (ASX:NST) future?
      Gavin Beck January 16, 2017
      Northern Star Resources Limited (ASX:NST)’s business is predicted to grow 30.1% during the next year. Are you considering investing? Then keep reading. I’m going to investigate the latest data and look into some metrics you shouldn’t overlook.
      Check out our latest analysis for Northern Star Resources
      How is Northern Star Resources going to perform in the future?


      Investors in Northern Star Resources have been patiently waiting for the uptick in earnings and if you believe the 7 analysts covering the stock then the next 3 years will be very interesting. The estimates for earnings per share range from $0.46 to $0.73 with an average expectation of 94.7% growth.




      ASX-NST-past-future-earnings-Mon-Jan-16-2017


      Revenue during the same period is expected to grow from $785 Million to $1,006 Million in 2020 and profits (net income) are predicted to grow from $151 M to $304 M in 2020, roughly growing 2x. Margins are expected to be extremely healthy during this time as well.


      Basis for the growth


      Northern Star Resources has outperformed the average growth in earnings of the Materials industry over the past year.


      NST has been performing exceptionally based on an ROE of 42.7%, this is above the average for the industry of 12.58%. Investors can also expect the performance to continue around this level with the estimated ROE in 3 years staying at 32.6%.
      ASX-NST-future-perf-Mon-Jan-16-2017


      Return on equity (ROE) is a measure of how much profit (net income) a company makes as a percentage of the shareholders equity. Equity is made up of funds from the original issuing of shares and any retained earnings from previous financial years. It varies considerably across sectors, for this reason it is important to asses a stocks ROE relative to its industry. Whilst it is true that the higher the ROE the better the company is performing, ROE does have a weakness. A stock with a disproportionate amount of debt can lead to a small equity base. Thus, a small amount of net income (the numerator) could still produce a high ROE off a modest equity base (the denominator). For this reason investors should always consider the debt situation in conjunction with ROE


      https://simplywall.st/news/2017/01/1...-asxnst-future


      Buen tirón de los últimos dias, el oro al alza

      https://www.google.com/finance?q=ASX...HQLoPBUemUo6gM

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      • #4
        Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
        Buen tirón de los últimos dias, el oro al alza

        https://www.google.com/finance?q=ASX...HQLoPBUemUo6gM
        Va subiendo bien, buen aspecto técnico
        northernstarresources.png

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        • #5
          Hola jerez,

          Esta ha hecho un techo, lo que hay que ver es si será un techo de medio plazo o de largo plazo. Te pongo el mensual:

          NST mensual.jpg


          Podría ser que ese canal fuera una bandera de continuación, con lo que el techo sería de medio plazo, y lo superaría, en el futuro. Pero aún siendo así, ahora está en 4, y el suelo del canal está en 2.

          Así que yo a esta también le pondría un stop. Si desde aquí sube y rompe el canal hacia arriba, seguirás dentro. Pero si cae, a 2, o lo que sea, mejor estar todos esos meses fuera, con el dinero en otras operaciones.


          Saludos.


          Gestionar dinero es algo que absolutamente todo el mundo, sin excepción, va a tener que hacer a lo largo de su vida. No solamente es imposible vivir sin gestionar dinero, sino que la forma en que se gestione es una de las cosas que más determinan la vida de una persona, para bien o para mal, en todos los sentidos. Libros publicados:

          "Conoce la Bolsa y deja de tenerle miedo (Todo el mundo puede aprender a invertir en Bolsa)" (Nota: Este libro es la "Guía para principiantes")
          "Educación financiera partiendo de cero (Aprenda a gestionar su dinero para transformar su vida)"
          "Cómo invertir en Bolsa a largo plazo partiendo de cero (Consiga la jubilación que se merece)"
          "Más cosas sobre la Bolsa (Aprende más para invertir mejor)"
          "Análisis técnico y velas japonesas para inversores de medio y largo plazo partiendo de cero (Es mucho más fácil de lo que crees)"
          "Opciones y futuros partiendo de cero (También es mucho más fácil de lo que crees)"
          "Pensiones públicas: La esclavitud de nuestra época (Así empobrecen a la población para controlarla y manipularla)"
          "¡Haz que el dinero sea tu amigo! (Te acompañará toda la vida)"
          Novela: "Proyecto Sal (¿Podrás cambiar el Mundo?)"
          "La Economía funcionará cuando TÚ la entiendas (Se trata de TU vida, de verdad)"

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          • #6
            Originalmente publicado por Invertirenbolsa Ver Mensaje
            Hola jerez,

            Esta ha hecho un techo, lo que hay que ver es si será un techo de medio plazo o de largo plazo. Te pongo el mensual:

            [ATTACH=CONFIG]8439[/ATTACH]


            Podría ser que ese canal fuera una bandera de continuación, con lo que el techo sería de medio plazo, y lo superaría, en el futuro. Pero aún siendo así, ahora está en 4, y el suelo del canal está en 2.

            Así que yo a esta también le pondría un stop. Si desde aquí sube y rompe el canal hacia arriba, seguirás dentro. Pero si cae, a 2, o lo que sea, mejor estar todos esos meses fuera, con el dinero en otras operaciones.


            Saludos.

            Esto de dar explicaciones a las figuras pasadas sigue sin convencerme, creo que ni la bruja lola sabría decir que va a pasar....
            Describir el pasado es fácil, pero , y el futuro?
            Pienso que es mejor dejarse llevar por los fundamentales de la empresa. Y si la empresa es buena, pues comprar más en esas posibles correcciones.
            un saludo

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            • #7
              Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
              Esto de dar explicaciones a las figuras pasadas sigue sin convencerme, creo que ni la bruja lola sabría decir que va a pasar....
              Describir el pasado es fácil, pero , y el futuro?
              No creo que nadie aquí -y mucho menos Gregorio- haya intentado predecir el futuro. Creo que siempre que se habla de técnico en este foro, se habla de probabilidades.

              Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
              Pienso que es mejor dejarse llevar por los fundamentales de la empresa. Y si la empresa es buena, pues comprar más en esas posibles correcciones.
              Es curiosa tu contradicción, porque precisamente cuando hablas de comprar más en correcciones, en el fondo estás aplicando un principio de análisis técnico muy básico, ya que lo que estás haciendo es esperar a que la cotización baje a la base del canal alcista.

              Cómo sabes con tanta rotundidad "si la empresa es buena"? No te parece mucho más atrevido analizando simplemente 4 ratios sobre ella...? Un profesional que le dedica 8h diarias a esto, puede analizar 6 empresas en 1 año y todavía no sabría definir si puede ser buena o mala inversión (hablo de inversión y no de empresa, porque tu lo que buscas es revalorización). En 1 año te he visto proponer unas 50 empresas diferentes en este foro. Entonces, creo, que más que analizar la empresa, sería más correcto decir que analizas el gráfico, buscando justificación a la subida a través del simple análisis de 4 ratios.

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              • #8
                Hola,

                jerez, el análisis técnico es una ayuda muy útil para el análisis fundamental siempre. Pero en el caso de empresas como las que tú sigues creo que es totalmente imprescindible. Ten en cuenta que son empresas muy arriesgadas y desconocidas. Y que no es raro que las noticias que saquen en muchos casos estén sesgadas o tengan más retraso del habitual, o más expectativas de las habituales, porque de vez en cuando lo que quieren los directivos o principales accionistas de estas empresas es dar una imagen real de ellas, para encontrar compradores, y salir de ellas.

                Otras veces pasa lo contrario, que lo que quieren es comprar más, y la imagen que dan es distorsionada pero al revés, haciendo creer que la empresa está mucho peor de lo que está.

                Por eso ver los posibles escenarios es muy útil, para ir pensando las decisiones que se tomarán según pase una cosa u otra. Ya no es sólo estimar si es más probable que pase A o B, que también, sino tener pensado qué se hará con la operación si pasa A, B, c o D.

                Este es el mensual:

                NSR mensual.jpg


                De momento ha salido del canal bajista, y eso es buena señal. Ahora habría que pensar qué se hace si vuelve al máximo histórico de los 6:

                1) Vender todas

                2) Vender parcialmente

                3) Poner un stop de beneficios


                o una combinación de las 3, en diferentes proporciones.

                En el semanal está en un canal:

                NSR semanal.jpg


                También habría que pensar qué se hace si rompe este canal por abajo:

                1) Vender todas

                2) Vender una parte

                3) No vender y esperar al soporte que está más abajo

                Etc.


                Así es como se debe gestionar una operación de trading. Porque como dice Mr. Wilson, en este tipo de empresas hay mucho de trading, por mucho que se miren las noticias y los fundamentales, porque son negocios de mucho riesgo, que en muchos casos ni los propios directivos saben con una cierta aproximación cómo van a evolucionar.


                Saludos.


                Gestionar dinero es algo que absolutamente todo el mundo, sin excepción, va a tener que hacer a lo largo de su vida. No solamente es imposible vivir sin gestionar dinero, sino que la forma en que se gestione es una de las cosas que más determinan la vida de una persona, para bien o para mal, en todos los sentidos. Libros publicados:

                "Conoce la Bolsa y deja de tenerle miedo (Todo el mundo puede aprender a invertir en Bolsa)" (Nota: Este libro es la "Guía para principiantes")
                "Educación financiera partiendo de cero (Aprenda a gestionar su dinero para transformar su vida)"
                "Cómo invertir en Bolsa a largo plazo partiendo de cero (Consiga la jubilación que se merece)"
                "Más cosas sobre la Bolsa (Aprende más para invertir mejor)"
                "Análisis técnico y velas japonesas para inversores de medio y largo plazo partiendo de cero (Es mucho más fácil de lo que crees)"
                "Opciones y futuros partiendo de cero (También es mucho más fácil de lo que crees)"
                "Pensiones públicas: La esclavitud de nuestra época (Así empobrecen a la población para controlarla y manipularla)"
                "¡Haz que el dinero sea tu amigo! (Te acompañará toda la vida)"
                Novela: "Proyecto Sal (¿Podrás cambiar el Mundo?)"
                "La Economía funcionará cuando TÚ la entiendas (Se trata de TU vida, de verdad)"

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                • #9
                  Originalmente publicado por Mr Wilson Ver Mensaje
                  No creo que nadie aquí -y mucho menos Gregorio- haya intentado predecir el futuro. Creo que siempre que se habla de técnico en este foro, se habla de probabilidades.



                  Es curiosa tu contradicción, porque precisamente cuando hablas de comprar más en correcciones, en el fondo estás aplicando un principio de análisis técnico muy básico, ya que lo que estás haciendo es esperar a que la cotización baje a la base del canal alcista.

                  Cómo sabes con tanta rotundidad "si la empresa es buena"? No te parece mucho más atrevido analizando simplemente 4 ratios sobre ella...? Un profesional que le dedica 8h diarias a esto, puede analizar 6 empresas en 1 año y todavía no sabría definir si puede ser buena o mala inversión (hablo de inversión y no de empresa, porque tu lo que buscas es revalorización). En 1 año te he visto proponer unas 50 empresas diferentes en este foro. Entonces, creo, que más que analizar la empresa, sería más correcto decir que analizas el gráfico, buscando justificación a la subida a través del simple análisis de 4 ratios.
                  Miro ambas cosas. Por supuesto que me fijo en el gráfico , correcciones, pero también miro los ratios de la empresa y los pronosticos que tiene en el medio plazo.

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                  • #10
                    Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
                    Miro ambas cosas. Por supuesto que me fijo en el gráfico , correcciones, pero también miro los ratios de la empresa y los pronosticos que tiene en el medio plazo.
                    Buenas subidas con volumen y se va acercando a los máximos históricos, aún con per 15. Estiman mayor tonelaje en oro para este año

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                    • #11
                      Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
                      Buenas subidas con volumen y se va acercando a los máximos históricos, aún con per 15. Estiman mayor tonelaje en oro para este año
                      Is NST’s share price justifiable by its earnings growth?
                      The price-to-earnings ratio of Northern Star Resources stands at 16.6, compared to the industry average this already suggests that it could be undervalued.But since Northern Star Resources is a high growth stock, we must also account for its earnings growth by using calculation called PEG ratio.

                      The PEG ratio (price/earnings to growth ratio) is a valuation metric used to assess the relative trade-off between the price of a stock, the earnings per share (EPS), and the company’s expected growth. Since P/E ratio is in general higher for a company with a higher growth rate, using just the P/E ratio would make high-growth companies appear overvalued relative to others. By dividing the P/E ratio by the earnings growth rate, the resulting ratio is considered to provide a more complete picture when comparing companies with different growth rates.

                      Northern Star Resources’s PE ratio of 16.6x and estimated 36.7% growth in earnings next year give it an extremely low PEG ratio of 0.5x. Based on that Northern Star Resources’s stock can be considered a very good value based on the fundamenals.

                      https://simplywall.st/news/2017/06/0...e-stock-price/

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                      • #12
                        Muy buenos ratios financieros

                        http://www.4-traders.com/NORTHERN-ST...93/financials/

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                        • #13
                          Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
                          Buenos resultados, record de producción, aumento de cash flow. Además per 12 y ROE del 35%

                          Record gold production of 154,116oz in the June Quarter and 514,735oz in FY17 –
                          result is at the top end of full-year guidance of 485,000-515,000oz
                           147,728oz gold sold in the Quarter at an all-in sustaining cost (AISC) of A$938/oz
                          and A$1,013/oz for FY17 – bottom end of guidance range of A$1,000-A$1,050/oz
                           Record normalised free cash flow of A$108m in the June Quarter before investing
                          A$47m in organic production growth
                           Cash and equivalents increased A$54m in the Quarter to A$447m even after
                          paying A$18m in dividends; Northern Star has no bank debt
                           June Quarter production:
                          ▪ Jundee Gold Operations:
                          - 92,377oz mined and 84,854oz produced at an AISC of A$754/oz
                          - FY17 exceeded guidance with 233,566oz produced at an AISC A$948/oz
                          ▪ Kalgoorlie Gold Operations:
                          - 60,765oz mined and 57,173oz produced at an AISC of A$1,049/oz
                          - FY17 exceeded guidance with 225,688oz produced at an AISC A$968/oz
                          ▪ Paulsens Gold Operations:
                          - 14,676oz mined and 12,089oz produced at an AISC of A$1,593/oz
                          - FY17; 55,490oz produced at an AISC A$1,445/oz
                           Record production comes despite sale of Plutonic

                          https://www.nsrltd.com/wp-content/up...13-07-2017.pdf

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                          • #14
                            Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
                            Buenos resultados, record de producción, aumento de cash flow. Además per 12 y ROE del 35%

                            Record gold production of 154,116oz in the June Quarter and 514,735oz in FY17 –
                            result is at the top end of full-year guidance of 485,000-515,000oz
                             147,728oz gold sold in the Quarter at an all-in sustaining cost (AISC) of A$938/oz
                            and A$1,013/oz for FY17 – bottom end of guidance range of A$1,000-A$1,050/oz
                             Record normalised free cash flow of A$108m in the June Quarter before investing
                            A$47m in organic production growth
                             Cash and equivalents increased A$54m in the Quarter to A$447m even after
                            paying A$18m in dividends; Northern Star has no bank debt
                             June Quarter production:
                            ▪ Jundee Gold Operations:
                            - 92,377oz mined and 84,854oz produced at an AISC of A$754/oz
                            - FY17 exceeded guidance with 233,566oz produced at an AISC A$948/oz
                            ▪ Kalgoorlie Gold Operations:
                            - 60,765oz mined and 57,173oz produced at an AISC of A$1,049/oz
                            - FY17 exceeded guidance with 225,688oz produced at an AISC A$968/oz
                            ▪ Paulsens Gold Operations:
                            - 14,676oz mined and 12,089oz produced at an AISC of A$1,593/oz
                            - FY17; 55,490oz produced at an AISC A$1,445/oz
                             Record production comes despite sale of Plutonic

                            https://www.nsrltd.com/wp-content/up...13-07-2017.pdf


                            Mirando los ratios financieros para este año, son impresionantes:

                            Roe 35%, per 12, Ev/Ebitda 5, Cash flow/ventas 40%, deuda neta/ebitda -0.9.
                            Y record de producción......


                            http://www.4-traders.com/NORTHERN-ST...93/financials/

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                            • #15
                              Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
                              Mirando los ratios financieros para este año, son impresionantes:

                              Roe 35%, per 12, Ev/Ebitda 5, Cash flow/ventas 40%, deuda neta/ebitda -0.9.
                              Y record de producción......


                              http://www.4-traders.com/NORTHERN-ST...93/financials/
                              • Aug 3 2017 at 6:22 PM
                              • Updated Aug 3 2017 at 6:22 PM


                              Northern Star Resources maps out mine lives for a decade


                              Northern Star says it now has mine life visibility of 10 years. Ryan Stuart

                              by Tess Ingram
                              Northern Star Resources executive chairman Bill Beament says he hopes the gold miner's new 10-year production plan will "well and truly put to bed" persistent concerns in the market about the company's mine life.
                              The gold miner unveiled a tripling of gold reserves across its land holding on Thursday, which will result in higher annual production and longer lives for its assets.
                              Northern Star mapped out a 10-year production plan to help give the market more confidence in the sustainability of its asset base, amid ongoing concerns from analysts about a lack of long-term visibility.
                              Driven by increased production from its two key operations, Kalgoorlie and Jundee, Northern Star plans to increase production from 525,000 to 575,000 ounces of gold this financial year to 550,000 to 600,000 ounces in fiscal 2019 and 575,000 to 625,000 ounces from 2020 onwards.

                              Northern Star's Paulsens gold mine. Ryan Stuart
                              The miner said this could increase to more than 700,000 ounces a year, if it has exploration success at its third operation, Paulsens, and pushed ahead with the development of its Central Tanami project in the Northern Territory from about 2021.

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                              "I think our shareholders got over our mine life issue 12 to 18 months ago but this now to me is the final piece for the wider investment community," Mr Beament told The Australian Financial Review. "This well and truly puts it to bed."
                              The dramatic increase in reserves has been driven by Northern Star's focus on exploration around its existing assets over the past three years. A $150 million spend in that time has delivered the miner an additional 4 million ounces of gold reserves at a cost of $37 an ounce and 7 million ounces of resources at a cost of $21 an ounce.
                              RBC Capital Markets analyst Paul Hissey said the "strong" increase in reserves should "address persistent questions around mine life from its key assets at Jundee and Kalgoorlie".
                              "This, along with the strong cash margins and balance sheet strength, should be sufficient to entice fresh investment for generalists seeking domestic gold exposure," Mr Hissey said in a note to clients.


                              Northern Star is hosting a strategy day with analysts and investors on Saturday, which Argonaut analyst James Wilson said should provide more clarity on how the increase in reserves will translate to greater production volumes, particularly at Kalgoorlie where processing capacity is a potential bottleneck.
                              "Overall it is a great result and it really does reflect the significant spending they have put into exploration and the returns they are going to get out of it will be a lot more than what they have put in," Mr Wilson said.
                              Shares in Northern Star closed up 4 per cent or 18¢ at $4.67 per share.
                              It came as ASX-listed gold junior Red 5, which has a market capitalisation of about $28 million, revealed it had inked dual agreements to acquire two gold assets in Western Australia.


                              Red 5 will pick up Gold Fields' Darlot gold mine for $18.5 million in cash and shares as well as the King of the Hills project from Saracen Mineral Holdings for $16 million in cash and shares.
                              The projects are about 80 kilometres apart. Red 5 said the deals, to be part-funded via a rights issue, would provide immediate production and cash flow, offered good growth potential and set it up to utilise Darlot as a hub to process ore from other gold deposits in the region.






















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                              • #16
                                Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
                                • Aug 3 2017 at 6:22 PM
                                • Updated Aug 3 2017 at 6:22 PM


                                Northern Star Resources maps out mine lives for a decade


                                Northern Star says it now has mine life visibility of 10 years. Ryan Stuart

                                by Tess Ingram
                                Northern Star Resources executive chairman Bill Beament says he hopes the gold miner's new 10-year production plan will "well and truly put to bed" persistent concerns in the market about the company's mine life.
                                The gold miner unveiled a tripling of gold reserves across its land holding on Thursday, which will result in higher annual production and longer lives for its assets.
                                Northern Star mapped out a 10-year production plan to help give the market more confidence in the sustainability of its asset base, amid ongoing concerns from analysts about a lack of long-term visibility.
                                Driven by increased production from its two key operations, Kalgoorlie and Jundee, Northern Star plans to increase production from 525,000 to 575,000 ounces of gold this financial year to 550,000 to 600,000 ounces in fiscal 2019 and 575,000 to 625,000 ounces from 2020 onwards.

                                Northern Star's Paulsens gold mine. Ryan Stuart
                                The miner said this could increase to more than 700,000 ounces a year, if it has exploration success at its third operation, Paulsens, and pushed ahead with the development of its Central Tanami project in the Northern Territory from about 2021.

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                                "I think our shareholders got over our mine life issue 12 to 18 months ago but this now to me is the final piece for the wider investment community," Mr Beament told The Australian Financial Review. "This well and truly puts it to bed."
                                The dramatic increase in reserves has been driven by Northern Star's focus on exploration around its existing assets over the past three years. A $150 million spend in that time has delivered the miner an additional 4 million ounces of gold reserves at a cost of $37 an ounce and 7 million ounces of resources at a cost of $21 an ounce.
                                RBC Capital Markets analyst Paul Hissey said the "strong" increase in reserves should "address persistent questions around mine life from its key assets at Jundee and Kalgoorlie".
                                "This, along with the strong cash margins and balance sheet strength, should be sufficient to entice fresh investment for generalists seeking domestic gold exposure," Mr Hissey said in a note to clients.


                                Northern Star is hosting a strategy day with analysts and investors on Saturday, which Argonaut analyst James Wilson said should provide more clarity on how the increase in reserves will translate to greater production volumes, particularly at Kalgoorlie where processing capacity is a potential bottleneck.
                                "Overall it is a great result and it really does reflect the significant spending they have put into exploration and the returns they are going to get out of it will be a lot more than what they have put in," Mr Wilson said.
                                Shares in Northern Star closed up 4 per cent or 18¢ at $4.67 per share.
                                It came as ASX-listed gold junior Red 5, which has a market capitalisation of about $28 million, revealed it had inked dual agreements to acquire two gold assets in Western Australia.


                                Red 5 will pick up Gold Fields' Darlot gold mine for $18.5 million in cash and shares as well as the King of the Hills project from Saracen Mineral Holdings for $16 million in cash and shares.
                                The projects are about 80 kilometres apart. Red 5 said the deals, to be part-funded via a rights issue, would provide immediate production and cash flow, offered good growth potential and set it up to utilise Darlot as a hub to process ore from other gold deposits in the region.






















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                                Why the Northern Star Resources Ltd share price is climbing today



                                Gold miner
                                Northern Star Resources Ltd
                                (ASX: NST) is top of the
                                S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AJXO) (ASX: XJO) leaderboard today after if flagged it would lift its gold production rate to 600,000ozpa in calendar year 2018. This compares to previous guidance for production of 525,000-575,000ozpa at A$1,000 – A$1,050/oz for FY 2018.

                                As a result of the improved forecast Northern Star advanced 4 per cent to $4.67 today, with the miner flagging a tripling of estimated reserves to 3.5 million ounces. Its Jundee and Kalgoorlie operations in WA both expanding their inventory and production capacity estimates.

                                The majority of Northern Star’s operating costs are incurred in Australian dollars, while it sells its gold in U.S. dollars, which means it is a beneficiary of a stronger U.S. dollar. However, as cash rates rise in the U.S. the gold price may suffer as gold produces no income and may become less attractive to investors who could park their money in cash as an alternative and receive growing risk-free interest payments.

                                According to The Financial Times the 14 analysts covering Nothern Star have a median share price target of $4.63 on the business, with a high estimate of $5.10.



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                                  Why the Northern Star Resources Ltd share price is climbing today



                                  Gold miner
                                  Northern Star Resources Ltd
                                  (ASX: NST) is top of the
                                  S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AJXO) (ASX: XJO) leaderboard today after if flagged it would lift its gold production rate to 600,000ozpa in calendar year 2018. This compares to previous guidance for production of 525,000-575,000ozpa at A$1,000 – A$1,050/oz for FY 2018.

                                  As a result of the improved forecast Northern Star advanced 4 per cent


                                  to $All You Need To Know About Northern Star Resources Limited’s (ASX:NST) Financial Health

                                  Veer Mallick August 16, 2017
                                  Stocks with market capitalization between $2B and $10B, such as Northern Star Resources Limited (ASX:NST) with a size of $2.94B, do not attract as much attention from the investing community as do the small-caps and large-caps. Surprisingly though, when accounted for risk, mid-caps have delivered better returns compared to the two other categories of stocks. Mid-caps are found to be more volatile than the large-caps but safer than small-caps, largely due to their weaker balance sheet. I will take you through a few basic checks to assess the financial health of companies with no debt. Check out our latest analysis for Northern Star Resources
                                  Is NST’s level of debt at an acceptable level?



                                  ASX:NST Historical Debt Aug 16th 17

                                  A substantially higher debt poses a significant threat to a company’s profitability during a downturn. For NST, the debt-to-equity ratio is 1.75%, which indicates that the company faces low risk associated with debt.
                                  Can NST meet its short-term obligations with the cash in hand?



                                  ASX:NST Net Worth Aug 16th 17

                                  Debt to equity ratio is an important aspect of financial strength. But if the company has a substantial amount of cash on its balance sheet, that should allay some fear of a debt overhang and increase the chance of meeting upcoming liabilities. In order to measure liquidity, we must compare NST’s current assets with its upcoming liabilities. Our analysis shows that NST is able to meet its upcoming commitments with its cash and other short-term assets, which lessens our concerns for the company’s business operations should any unfavourable circumstances arise.
                                  Conclusion

                                  NST’s ability to meet its short-term liabilities is an indication of financial strength. Its debt level is also relatively low, which reduces some risk for the company and its investors. Now that you know to keep debt in mind when putting together your investhttps://simplywall.st/news/2017/08/16/all-you-need-to-know-about-northern-star-resources-limiteds-asxnst-financial-health/ment thesis, I recommend you check out our latest free analysis report on Northern Star Resources to see what other factors for NST you should consider.4.67 today, with the miner flagging a tripling of estimated reserves to 3.5 million ounces. Its Jundee and Kalgoorlie operations in WA both expanding their inventory and production capacity estimates.
                                  All You Need To Know About Northern Star Resources Limited’s (ASX:NST) Financial Health

                                  Veer Mallick August 16, 2017
                                  Stocks with market capitalization between $2B and $10B, such as Northern Star Resources Limited (ASX:NST) with a size of $2.94B, do not attract as much attention from the investing community as do the small-caps and large-caps. Surprisingly though, when accounted for risk, mid-caps have delivered better returns compared to the two other categories of stocks. Mid-caps are found to be more volatile than the large-caps but safer than small-caps, largely due to their weaker balance sheet. I will take you through a few basic checks to assess the financial health of companies with no debt. Check out our latest analysis for Northern Star Resources
                                  Is NST’s level of debt at an acceptable level?



                                  ASX:NST Historical Debt Aug 16th 17

                                  A substantially higher debt poses a significant threat to a company’s profitability during a downturn. For NST, the debt-to-equity ratio is 1.75%, which indicates that the company faces low risk associated with debt.
                                  Can NST meet its short-term obligations with the cash in hand?



                                  ASX:NST Net Worth Aug 16th 17

                                  Debt to equity ratio is an important aspect of financial strength. But if the company has a substantial amount of cash on its balance sheet, that should allay some fear of a debt overhang and increase the chance of meeting upcoming liabilities. In order to measure liquidity, we must compare NST’s current assets with its upcoming liabilities. Our analysis shows that NST is able to meet its upcoming commitments with its cash and other short-term assets, which lessens our concerns for the company’s business operations should any unfavourable circumstances arise.
                                  Conclusion

                                  NST’s ability to meet its short-term liabilities is an indication of financial strength. Its debt level is also relatively low, which reduces some risk for the company and its investors. Now that you know to keep debt in mind when putting together your investment thesis, I recommend you check out our latest free analysis report on Northern Star Resources to see what other factors for NST you should consider.
                                  The majority of Northern Star’s operating costs are incurred in Australian dollars, while it sells its gold in U.S. dollars, which means it is a beneficiary of a stronger U.S. dollar. However, as cash rates rise in the U.S. the gold price may suffer as gold produces no income and may become less attractive to investors who could park their money in cash as an alternative and receive growing risk-free interest payments.

                                  According to The Financial Times the 14 analysts covering Nothern Star have a median share price target of $4.63 on the business, with a high estimate of $5.10.



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                                  All You Need To Know About Northern Star Resources Limited’s (ASX:NST) Financial Health

                                  [I]Veer Mallick [I]August 16, 2017
                                  Stocks with market capitalization between $2B and $10B, such as Northern Star Resources Limited (ASX:NST) with a size of $2.94B, do not attract as much attention from the investing community as do the small-caps and large-caps. Surprisingly though, when accounted for risk, mid-caps have delivered better returns compared to the two other categories of stocks. Mid-caps are found to be more volatile than the large-caps but safer than small-caps, largely due to their weaker balance sheet. I will take you through a few basic checks to assess the financial health of companies with no debt. Check out our latest analysis for Northern Star Resources
                                  Is NST’s level of debt at an acceptable level?


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                                  • #18
                                    Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
                                    Is NST’s share price justifiable by its earnings growth?
                                    The price-to-earnings ratio of Northern Star Resources stands at 16.6, compared to the industry average this already suggests that it could be undervalued.But since Northern Star Resources is a high growth stock, we must also account for its earnings growth by using calculation called PEG ratio.

                                    The PEG ratio (price/earnings to growth ratio) is a valuation metric used to assess the relative trade-off between the price of a stock, the earnings per share (EPS), and the company’s expected growth. Since P/E ratio is in general higher for a company with a higher growth rate, using just the P/E ratio would make high-growth companies appear overvalued relative to others. By dividing the P/E ratio by the earnings growth rate, the resulting ratio is considered to provide a more complete picture when comparing companies with different growth rates.

                                    Northern Star Resources’s PE ratio of 16.6x and estimated 36.7% growth in earnings next year give it an extremely low PEG ratio of 0.5x. Based on that Northern Star Resources’s stock can be considered a very good value based on the fundamenals.

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                                    Ya está en 5 aud, 5 baggers en los últimos 5 años


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                                    • #19
                                      Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
                                      Ya está en 5 aud, 5 baggers en los últimos 5 años


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                                      Acaban de publicar los resultados semestrales. Espectaculares, el Ebitda sube un 50%, bpa un 33%.....


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                                      • #20
                                        Libros de Gregorio Hernández Jiménez (invertirenbolsa.info)
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