With gold and silver prices falling over the past couple of years it is not surprising that mining shares have fallen substantially as well. Yet few mining companies have seen their stocks fall as far as Allied Nevada Gold (ANV), which has lost nearly 90% of its value in the past year. This might come as a surprise considering that not only has the company substantially increased its output from its Hycroft Mine in Nevada, but it has been a profitable producer even at depressed gold prices.
This investor pessimism has almost certainly been driven by the company's large debt position. In 2012 the company assumed nearly $500 million in debt in order to fund the expansion of...
Only subscribers can access this article, which is part of the PRO research library covering 3,610 different stocks.
Growing numbers of fund managers and other investment professionals subscribe to Seeking Alpha PRO for equity research that is unavailable elsewhere, so they can: