Gold used to be more expensive than salt
Today we are more interested in the gold. This, too, has an exciting history behind it. It served as a medium of exchange, a means of preserving wealth, protects against inflation and pleases as decorative jewelry. In general, gold has evolved in line with inflationary expectations. History shows that the idea that gold preserves values, for example, work performed, which is quasi frozen or cast in gold, is not a misconception. Today, moreover, the central banks are proving that gold makes sense as an investment. Otherwise, should they keep their cellars full of gold? Countries that do not have a competitive currency of their own even tapped heavily into the gold market in recent years.
Today, we expect rising inflation, and thus a rising gold price or the possibility to hedge against it with gold. Real yields have recovered from their lows recently, which has put pressure on the gold price. But the low interest rate level with rising inflation could cause real interest rates to test the lows again in the future. For the gold price, this would then also mean a test of the all-time high beyond $2,000 per ounce. In such a scenario, the shares of companies with good gold projects, such as Aguila American Gold and Kore Mining, would be particularly lucrative.
Aguila American Gold owns the approximately 70,000-acre Wusa gold property in Oregon, an underexplored, drill-ready gold-silver project. Projects in the neighborhood are already producing gold.
Kore Mining - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mC1p-U9BrWM - plans exploration work at its Imperial and Long Valley projects in California. Also in the portfolio are two projects in British Columbia. A strategic investor is the well-known Eric Sprott.
Latest corporate information and press releases from Kore Mining (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/kore-mining-ltd/).
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