When taking a close look at Alamos Gold (NYSE:AGI), there is very little to complain about, and a lot to like. The only real negative concerning the company is the asset class itself, and the fact it sells for a premium against its junior gold peers; although there is a number of good reasons it sells at a premium, many of which we'll look at in this article.
Some consider the properties in Turkey as somewhat of a risk, or at least a potential drag on the company, but I don't see it that way, and later on we'll look at how CEO John McCluskey looks at it.
Since gold is no doubt the most hated asset class...
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