Gold price and money supply
And it also shows that the gold price is by no means too high at the moment. In the short term, interest rates or the exchange rate of the U.S. dollar have an effect. But investments in gold should not be short-term ones. So, if the money supply is now greatly expanded - as in the Corona pandemic - then the value of money is diluted. Gold, on the other hand, retains purchasing power.
Money is currently being printed without end, debt is rising, and the price of gold is going up. Cranking up the money printing presses in crisis situations is not a bad idea in principle. But it leads to consequences, among others it leads to a rising gold price. If you analyze graphs that show the relationship between the gold price and the money supply, you will quickly see that there is no exaggeration of the gold price at the moment. The gold price is moving along normal lines. There have been periods of exaggeration in history, but we are not in one of those at the moment. These charts are not suitable for short-term predictions about the gold price.
The World Gold Council also concludes that the gold price is keeping pace with money supply growth. In Euroland, the money supply has grown at its fastest rate in 12 years. The money supply is growing due to the crisis policy of the central banks.
So, there should be nothing more obvious than to own some gold shares in the portfolio, for example from Maple Gold Mines - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QuxZIOYR5TA. The drilling program at its Douay gold project in Quebec has just been expanded to increase the already proven resources.
Another possibility would be an investment in Victoria Gold - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VnKfKu9ho9A, a company that started gold production at the Eagle Gold Mine in the Yukon in 2020.
Current corporate information and press releases from Maple Gold (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/maple-gold-mines-ltd/) and Victoria Gold (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/victoria-gold-corp/).
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