Whilst we publish a few of the leading US gold shares such as Agnico-Eagle Mines and Newmont Mining there are a lot of useful resources online where you can use tools to track and perform analysis on your Gold stock portfolio. Here are a selection of a few of the best we have found. Please note we are not affiliated with any of these suggestions and they are for reference purposes only.
USA Gold Stocks
Some of the big US stock sites offer excellent portfolio tools and news monitors. Obviously you have the big guns such as MarketWatch and TheStreet, but for those who are more focused on data rather than big news headlines then websites like BarChart.com offer a really sweet array of data that will be of use to any investor. Not only do they offer prices of Gold stocks but they also have a comprehensive futures section which shows Gold futures contracts for the whole year. In addition they offer charts and forecast tools which are really unique. We would suggest this as a go to resource for any investor in Gold.
UK Gold Shares
There are many small listed Gold mining shares on the London Stock Exchange. There are also some major players too, such as Anglo American and Fresnillo which is a large cap silver stock. There are some really nice useful sites for tracking your portfolios of UK shares. One of the oldest and most comprehensive is Interactive Investor. It has been around for a very long time, and although the format is now not as user friendly, they do have some excellent tracking features. Another decent website is LiveCharts.co.uk. The design is a bit limiting but they provide real time charts for Gold and Silver futures with some excellent indicators and analysis tools, you can also follow share prices on this site, and get a free portfolio to keep a watch on your investments.
The largest by far is Finanzen. This site pretty much provides everything you need to track shares in Germany, including news and portfolio tools. It’s been around for well over a decade and is highly trusted. There are competitors which offer stocks, but this has to be the first stop for any investor.