Gold and uranium - the raw materials of the hour
The global financial system appears to be more unstable than it was before 2008. The global economy is slowing, and central bank interest rate cuts are putting pressure on savings. And there is already the first bank in Germany that demands 0.5 percent interest minus, and that without a tax-free allowance.
Precious metals, above all gold, are the commodity on which investors should concentrate. The continuing bull market and the increasing global uncertainties have produced a special bottom for the precious metals industry. Further upside potential is more likely than downside potential.
If you are looking for an investment in gold stocks, you should take a look at Cardinal Resources, for example - https://www.commodity-tv.com/play/cardinal-resources-strong-feasibility-study-released-next-step-project-financing/. The feasibility study for the Company's Namdini project in Ghana confirms attractive economic returns. The first three years of full production are expected to yield 1.1 million ounces of gold. Total production costs are low at 585 US dollars per ounce.
An investment in uranium stocks, such as Fission 3.0, could also pay off in the near future. Lobo Tiggre, principal analyst and publisher of the IndependentSpeculator, for example, sees special price increases in uranium. Tiggre considers it extremely possible to double or triple the number overnight. On the one hand, uranium is indispensable as a clean energy source. In addition, nuclear energy ensures a secure energy supply. In terms of climate protection, it is the cleanest way of generating energy. This is why many countries around the world are also building and planning new nuclear power plants.
Fission 3.0 - https://www.commodity-tv.com/play/newsflash-97-with-fission-30-and-bluestone-resources/ - focuses on uranium projects in the uranium-rich Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan. These include the Lake North uranium project and the Cree Bay project. Further uranium projects in Peru round off the portfolio.
Current company information and press releases from Fission 3.0 (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/fission-30-corp/).
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