Potential investors find a top 10 list of mining stocks on TheStreet.com. Another list of mining stocks is on MarketWatch.com, a resource that shows 16 stocks related to the mining industry.Continue Reading
The top 10 list on TheStreet.com shows mining stocks in descending order with the highest-rated stock first. Each of the stocks is detailed on its own page, with recent prices, a chart that shows values for up to one year and the volume traded during the most recent session. Other detailed information includes the number of outstanding shares and the market cap, and both figures signify how much the company is worth.
MarketWatch.com shows stocks related to the Dow Jones U.S. Gold Mining Index in alphabetical order, and it has a charts section that shows stock data on each company. For instance, the chart for General Moly, Inc., with a stock symbol of GMO, defaults to a three-month chart outlining the volume of shares traded. The most recent price of the stock appears above the volume chart.
The Dow Jones U.S. Gold Mining Index fluctuated between $45 and $65 per share between June 2014 and June 2015, according to a chart on CNBC.com. This index is part of the Dow Jones Global Indexes.Learn more about Investing