Emerging stronger from crises
The Corona crisis brings cultural and social life to a standstill. "Shutdown" means really to shut down. It's a drastic measure, but unfortunately, it's the only way to stop the epidemic. But still, we must not bury our heads in the sand, but keep our foresight.
Price declines on the stock market are always also entry opportunities. And there is always turbulence on the stock markets. Gold mining stocks have also fallen significantly in value, but this is precisely what can bring profits once the virus crisis has been overcome and sooner or later it will be. The reason is that nothing has changed for strong gold companies. The projects, the management, everything has remained the same. In addition, the low oil price has a positive effect on the energy-intensive mining industry.
There will probably be a catch-up effect once the crisis is overcome. If we take Chinese car demand as an example, it fell by three-quarters in February, but it can be assumed that the postponed purchases will be made up for. Jewellery demand has also fallen in China, but that too will level off again.
So one can only appeal to investors to take advantage of favourable buying opportunities from good gold companies. After all, this is not a short-term investment, but a medium to long-term profit-making opportunity. Aurania Resources or Revival Gold, for example, are interesting in this context. The main project of Aurania Resources is The Lost Cities-Cutucu project in the Andes mountain range in Ecuador. Gold and copper are the raw materials: https://www.commodity-tv.com/play/aurania-resources-processing-lidar-results-and-preparing-geophysic-program-1/.
Revival Gold owns two adjacent gold projects in Idaho, the Beartrack and Arnett gold projects, and an interest in a phosphate project in Utah: https://www.commodity-tv.com/play/revival-gold-video-tour-through-beartrack-arnett-gold-deposit/.
Current company information and press releases from Aurania Resources (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/aurania-resources-ltd/).
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