Gold as a haven of peace in the portfolio
Once upon a time, only precious metals were considered a means of payment, and this worldwide. And gold promises long-term value retention. Today, government bonds have lost some of their appeal. Because of low interest rates and growing debt, there is a risk that bond prices will lose value. A stock portfolio is fundamentally subject to fluctuations and can sometimes cause investors to get upset when the value goes down.
Whether gold provides more peace in the portfolio was examined by looking at the interaction of gold and shares over the last 50 years. Pure stock portfolios can lose 40 percent or more in value. If gold is added to the portfolio, say at a rate of 20 percent, the return hardly increased, but the risk of losses was significantly reduced. This was all the more true if the portfolio consisted of 40 percent gold. Risk reduction by adding gold to the portfolio has therefore worked in recent decades.
This shows that a portfolio to which other asset classes are added is less susceptible to fluctuations. Be that as it may, an admixture of shares of the gold companies should not be missing in the portfolio. Even more so, since a strong future is predominantly predicted for the gold price.
Among the gold companies moving into historic territory is Condor Gold - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ytjWJNxxAMY - with its La India gold property in Nicaragua. A 5,000-meter diamond drilling program has just begun.
Filo Mining's Filo del Sol gold-silver-copper property is located in Chile's Region III and Argentina. Five diamond drill rigs will be used to expand resources and discover new areas of mineralization.
Latest corporate information and press releases from Filo Mining (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/filo-mining-corp/).
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