Fight inflation and demonetization with gold
According to an earlier survey by the World Gold Council, the respondents justified this by saying that they wanted to protect their wealth. This protection is not currently offered by ten-year German Bunds, for example. Due to inflation, these are achieving a yield of minus four percent. But this is not only the case in Germany. Worldwide, government bonds today have yields below zero. In order to escape this misery, more and more investors are concentrating on precious metals and in particular on gold. When it comes to investments in gold companies, investors might pounce on the companies that remain profitable even when gold prices are falling.
And here we are with the royalty and streaming companies. They finance mine operators and receive either a fixed percentage of the mines' revenues or metals in physical form. Their particular business model leaves the operational risk with the partner companies that operate the respective mining projects. Agreements on the amount of royalty or streaming fees remain effective even if the precious metal price goes down. In addition, royalty and streaming companies can usually score with a large number of agreements, so that the risk is widely spread. This is another advantage over companies that often concentrate on only one or a few projects.
Empress Royalty - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTVgfo33nw4 - is one of the royalty companies. With 17 precious metal agreements, partly in the development stage, partly in the production stage, the young company has already built up a nice portfolio. First revenues have already flowed in.
Osisko Gold Royalties - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SizoaUxgcc - has been around for some time and has more than 150 royalty and precious metal sales in North America. The second quarter of 2021 brought the company record revenues of CAD 49.9 million.
Current corporate information and press releases from Osisko Gold Royalties (www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/osisko-gold-royalties-ltd/).
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