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« Uranium-stocks: Portfolio Update 09 Feb 07 | Main | URANIUM-STOCKS: in the Gold Drivers Competition »

FRONTEER compared to the XAU


A quick comparison between the Fronteer Development Group (FRG) and the XAU (The Gold and Silver Index – Philadelphia) reveals a startling difference in performance.

The individual charts that follow below clearly show that the XAU has not really made any progress in twelve months. It was around 140 twelve months ago and it is still around 140 today, whereas FRG has put in a lions performance.



We know that FRG is both a gold and uranium play but does the uranium element of this stock make such a big difference? Could be, on the other hand maybe FRG is perceived by the market to be one of the best-managed companies in the precious metals sector.

We admit that this is not a like for like comparison, as we do not have a uranium stocks index with which to make a comparison. However it does indicate that even in a precious metals Bull Market you need to choose carefully where you place your hard earned cash.

The Fronteer Development Group trades as FRG on the Toronto Exchange and on the AMEX Exchange.

08 February 2007

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Reader Comments (2)

I have to chuckle at this article still in the Uranium Newsletter of March 21st. This Feb article provides the reader an analysis that FRG is the place to be and not the XAU. Since the article the Nunavet tribe has filed a lawsuit or something of that matter and FRG stock has been cut down at the knees. Leaving this type of article in the newsletter suggests people sleeping at the wheel, or worse, the newsletter is really just fancy advertising for its sponsers and is just really a gathering ground for related Uranium news. It is apparant that no one is screening items that have been proven dead wrong by the market. Bottom line --- leaving articles like this destroys the credibility of this newsletter.

March 22, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterNBkid

NBkid, Thanks for the apology, posted on article on article No 8.

March 23, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterUranium Stocks

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