(MENAFN- Investor Ideas) Technical analyst Clive Maund takes a look at Victoria Gold Corp.'s 5-year and 1-year charts to tell you why he believes you should be interested in the company.
For investors looking for a larger mid-cap gold stock as an addition to a Precious Metals portfolio, which is not a bad idea with the world falling apart all around us, Victoria Gold Corp. (VGCX:TSX; VITFF:OTCMKTS) is considered to be a worthy addition, and the good thing is that with it well within a large completing base pattern, there is still everything to go for.
On the 5-year chart, we can see how it is basing above a zone of strong support following a severe decline last year from a large top area.
Before leaving this chart, we can observe how an advance from here will not encounter serious resistance until it gets to the CA$13 area.
Now we will proceed to look at the base pattern in much more detail on the 1-year chart.
The 1-year chart enables us to see the base pattern in its entirety. It is a rather fine example of a Head-and-Shoulders bottom whose validity is confirmed by the strong volume on the rise out of the Head of the pattern and again on the current rise out of the Right Shoulder low. This large base pattern has allowed time for the falling 200-day moving average to drop down close to the price, which symbolizes the time required for enough stock to rotate from weaker to stronger hands and, in so doing, set it up for a new bull market.
From a timing standpoint, we have a very favorable setup for buyers here. Investors could have bought Victoria Gold back last July in the vicinity of the Left Shoulder low, having correctly calculated that it was undervalued, but then they would have had to sit out nine months of "dead time" waiting for the base pattern to complete, whereas if you show up and buy it now as it hauls itself up out of the Right Shoulder low, the timing is much better as it should soon "get on with it" and break out of the entire base pattern to commence a major bull market.
Although it would have been even better to buy it very close to the Right Shoulder low about two weeks ago, in the larger scheme of things, this is "splitting hairs" when you think about where this stock could end up if we see the hyperinflation-driven bull market in gold that is now inevitable.
In conclusion, Victoria Gold is regarded as an excellent core holding in a precious metals stock portfolio and is rated a strong buy here and especially on any minor short-term dips such as may occur today due to gold being down this morning.
Gold is reacting back now because it got short-term overbought, and market players are relaxing, thinking that the Fed has "got the banks' backs" or at least the big banks backs, seemingly overlooking the trillions of dollars that are going to be created out of thin air to accomplish this that will lead to hyperinflation.
Victoria Gold trades in healthy volumes on the US OTC market.
Victoria Gold Corp.'s website .
Victoria Gold Corp. closed at CA$8.78, $6.42 on March 20, 2023.
Originally published on clivemaund.com on March 21, 2023, at 9:20 am EDT.
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