Copper and zinc should be in greater demand next summer
Germany will slip into recession and things are not looking good in the rest of the world either.
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The current development, the approaching recession and the renewed record inflation of ten percent in September are, of course, putting pressure on industrial raw materials. But there is also light at the end of the tunnel. According to many economic experts, things will start to look up again by next summer at the latest. Then infrastructure projects and decarbonization, thus electromobility, thus copper and zinc will again come to the fore. Zinc is a bluish-white brittle metal and is mainly used for galvanizing iron and steel. In addition, it is known from rain gutters.
Copper was one of the first metals known to man. Since it is easy to process, it was already being used about 10,000 years ago. The Latin name cuprum comes from cyprium "ore from the Greek island of Cyprus". This is because copper was mined on Cyprus in ancient times. Copper is a particularly excellent conductor of electricity and heat, is used in electric vehicles and should be in greater demand when the economy picks up again, probably next year. A currently probably lower demand in view of the weakening economy, and not in this country, does not change the great importance of copper and zinc. Periods of weakness are a good time to enter investments at a good price. Griffin Mining, Denarius Metal or GoldMining would be suitable.
Griffin Mining - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5HXuXb8Jhg - owns 88.8 percent of the profitable, zinc, gold, silver and lead producing Caijiaying mine in China.
GoldMining - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBhwyFLRSV8 - manages gold and gold-copper projects in North and South America and also owns more than 20 million shares of Gold Royalty.
Denarius Metals - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLnvOY2Hgog - holds zinc in addition to gold and lead at its flagship Lomero project in Spain.
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