Crisis also as an opportunity
Four weeks ago, the Chili Con Carne Index was the subject of discussion here, but now the media are also hearing a lot about this index. Because purchasing power today is important for everyone. Whereas four weeks ago this index was around 6 percent, today it is 7.5 percent, by which the ingredients for the popular recipe have risen since the beginning of February. Food prices are going up. Are these, for example, the effects of European monetary policy, which is throwing huge sums of money onto the market, one wonders.
The consequences of the Corona crisis are worldwide and affect not only the economy, the working world, the coexistence of people and even our finances. At the same time, the pandemic offers opportunities to cope better with other crises and to think thoroughly about the financial future.
The savings want to be invested lucratively and that is not easy. For example, 79 percent of Germans already doubt that their pensions will be secure in the future. The fact that the statutory pension is barely sufficient has reached most people. One option is shares in which part of the assets are invested. There is no getting around shares in gold companies, as gold is the means of maintaining value par excellence.
An investment in Skeena Resources or Aztec Minerals, for example, would come into consideration.
Skeena Resources is developing two former producing mines in British Columbia: https://www.commodity-tv.com/play/newsflash-with-bluestone-resources-skeena-resources-and-cardinal-resources/. The Eskay Creek Silver-Gold Project has commenced a preliminary feasibility study. Further exploration is underway at the Snip Mine.
Aztec Minerals owns and operates 65 percent of the Cervantes property in Sonora, Mexico: https://www.commodity-tv.com/play/newsflash-with-aztec-minerals-and-treasury-metals/. It is a porphyry gold-copper-molybdenum mine. The Company is still active in Arizona on the Tombstone (silver-gold-copper-lead-zinc) project.
The latest corporate information and press releases from Skeena Resources (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/skeena-resources-ltd/).
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