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Portfolio of Platinum and Palladium Mining Stocks

Stock prices of the platinum group metals (PGMs) mining companies tend to follow the underlying prices platinum, palladium and rhodium (see price charts). PGMs are mined primarily in South Africa with lesser operations in Canada, Russia and the U.S.

The following 7 stocks are extremely volatile so study their chart patterns before buying or selling them.

PGMs Mining Stocks
Stock
Price Quote & Dividend
1-Yr Price Chart
Atlatsa Resources
Eastern Platinum Limited
Impala Platinum Holdings Ltd.
Ivanhoe Mines
Platinum Group Metals
PolyMet Mining
Stillwater Mining
Price and dividend data from Quandl.


To inspect the performance of the PGMs Mining Stocks portfolio, see the returns table and chart below. Portfolio values are computed using quarterly closes for from Quandl.

The 3 included in the portfolio computations are: PLG, PLM and SWC. The current value of the portfolio assumes that $3,333.33 was invested (total of $10,000) in each at its closing weekly price for the current date in 2007. The 4 excluded from the portfolio computations because of insufficient price data are: ATLRF, ELRFF, IMPUY and IVPAF.


PGMs Mining Stocks - Return Results
Portfolio:
PGMs Mining Stocks
Start date:
Sep-18-2007
Start value:
$10,000
End date:
Sep-18-2017
End value:
$6,615
Number prices
40
Minimum value occurred on Mar-31-2009
$3,390
Maximum value occurred on Mar-31-2008
$11,379
Total gain or loss (Start date to End date)
-33.85%
Annualized gain or loss (Start date to End date)
-41.56%
Total dollar value on End date of a $10,000 purchase made on Start date
$6,615
Average percent return for all possible buy/sell combinations
-1.66%
Number returns
780
Number profitable returns (Winners)
284
Percent profitable returns
36.41%
Number unprofitable returns (Losers)
496
Percent unprofitable returns
63.59%
Winners to losers ratio
0.57
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