Gold stashes or invest in gold shares
Smart advice on where best to hide your gold in the house is plentiful. Gold coins and bars can be bricked in, sunk into flowerpots or sewn into curtains. False ceilings with lamplighters would also be a possibility. If you are creative, you can wall your valuables in plaster figures or hide them in a toolbox. Perhaps the doghouse or the freezer will also help, under the mattress, it is known, you should not store your valuable gold in any case. And perhaps you should remember to inform possible heirs, otherwise a desperate search by the heirs will start at some point.
It should be common knowledge that gold or, even better, the easier-to-handle gold shares are part of asset management. It is true that shares involve more risks, but the chances of lucrative profits are also higher. The fact that gold should make up part of the investments is based on its reputation as a crisis currency. Gold retains its value while inflation eats away at savings. Oil, gas and food prices are cutting into our income and will probably continue to do so well into next year. Many other goods have become very expensive; for example, the price of used vehicles has increased by about 27 percent in the last twelve months. On the one hand, inflation should eventually subside, but on the other hand, it is uncertain when this will be and who knows if the pandemic will not flare up again or if the supply-demand imbalances will worsen. So quickly take a look at solid gold companies such as Gold Terra Resource or Condor Gold.
Gold Terra Resource - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6t0hT6NNKCg - is undertaking drilling at its prospective Yellowknife City Gold Project in the Northwest Territories, very good results have already been received.
Condor Gold owns 100 percent of the previously permitted La India gold project in Nicaragua.
Latest corporate information and press releases from Gold Terra Resource (www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/gold-terra-resource-corp/).
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