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Gold Fields Limited (NYSE: GFI): Is This The Time To Buy?

Gold Fields Limited (NYSE:GFI)’s traded shares stood at 2.49 million during the latest session, with the company’s beta value hitting 0.77. At the last check today, the stock’s price was $9.76, to imply a decrease of -0.31% or -$0.03 in intraday trading. The GFI share’s 52-week high remains $17.20, putting it -76.23% down since that peak but still an impressive 20.59% since price per share fell to its 52-week low of $7.75. The company has a valuation of $8.01B, with an average of 12.11 million shares in intraday trading volume over the past 10 days and average of 8.61 million shares over the past 3 months.

Gold Fields Limited (NYSE:GFI) trade information

After registering a -0.31% downside in the latest session, Gold Fields Limited (GFI) has traded red over the past five days. The stock hit a weekly high of 9.93 this Thursday, 06/16/22, dropping -0.31% in its intraday price action. The 5-day price performance for the stock is 5.04%, and -14.05% over 30 days. With these gigs, the year-to-date price performance is -10.92%. Short interest in Gold Fields Limited (NYSE:GFI) saw shorts transact 11.17 million shares and set a 1.81 days time to cover.

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Gold Fields Limited (GFI) estimates and forecasts

Looking at statistics comparing Gold Fields Limited share performance against respective industry, we note that the company has outperformed competitors. Gold Fields Limited (GFI) shares are -1.41% down over the last 6 months, with its year-to-date growth rate higher than industry average at 13.33% against 13.00%.

GFI Dividends

Gold Fields Limited has its next earnings report out in July. However, it is important to take into account that this dividend yield ratio is just an indicator to only serve the purpose of guidance. Investors interested to invest in the stock should ponder company’s other fundamental and operations related aspects too. Gold Fields Limited has a forward dividend ratio of 0.32, with the share yield ticking at 3.27% to continue the rising pattern observed over the past year. The company’s average dividend yield trailing the past 5-year period is 0.00%.

Gold Fields Limited (NYSE:GFI)’s Major holders

Gold Fields Limited insiders hold 0.00% of total outstanding shares, with institutional holders owning 29.01% of the shares at 29.01% float percentage. In total, 29.01% institutions holds shares in the company, led by Van Eck Associates Corporation. As of Mar 30, 2022, the company held over 47.43 million shares (or 5.32% of shares), all amounting to roughly $733.23 million.

The next major institution holding the largest number of shares is Blackrock Inc. with 25.59 million shares, or about 2.87% of shares outstanding. As of the market price on Mar 30, 2022, these shares were worth $395.61 million.

We also have VanEck ETF Trust-VanEck Gold Miners ETF and Price (T.Rowe) Mid-Cap Value Fund as the top two Mutual Funds with the largest holdings of the Gold Fields Limited (GFI) shares. Going by data provided on Dec 30, 2021, VanEck ETF Trust-VanEck Gold Miners ETF holds roughly 39.64 million shares. This is just over 4.45% of the total shares, with a market valuation of $435.64 million. Data from the same date shows that the other fund manager holds a little less at 8.7 million, or 0.98% of the shares, all valued at about 95.65 million.

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