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The 1 Major Risk That Could Bring Down This Gold Titan

Newmont Mining Corp (NYSE: NEM  ) is one of the world's largest gold miners. And while there are many risks a miner like this faces, a single risk will have a disproportionate impact here, a fact that's doubly true over the next couple of years. If you are looking at Newmont, you need to understand this risk and why it's more important than ever.

Damaging gold
Newmont Mining is basically fully exposed to the price fluctuations of gold because it doesn't hedge against gold prices. And gold makes up roughly 90% of the miner's top line, so it's a big deal. That's not strong enough... its THE big deal. When gold is trading hands at high prices, Newmont's revenues and earnings will be high. When gold is falling and/or trading at low levels, Newmont will quickly feel the pain.


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