Q: Hi, Pat. Kirkland Lake Gold has had a huge run up since you last commented on it in 2013. Do you think there is still more upside in the stock?

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A: Kirkland Lake Gold, $17.21, symbol KL on Toronto (Shares outstanding: 202.2 million; Market cap: $3.6 billion; www.klgold.com), owns and operates two big mines: the Macassa operation in northeastern Ontario, and the Fosterville mine in Australia’s Victoria state. It also owns the Holt mine and the Taylor mine, both in northern Ontario. As well, it […]

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