Good opportunities for gold and silver prices
The 2008 financial crisis showed it, and now the Corona pandemic: money is being printed without restraint. Hardly anyone will believe that this will have no negative effects. If the economy grows again after the pandemic, this will not be enough to make the mountains of debt and money ineffective. And printing money makes savings worth less and less. While the Federal Reserve recently stated that a gradual end to bond purchases is still possible by the end of 2021, things are not that simple. If bond purchases do indeed end, then this will soon be priced into the gold price. It would then have found a bottom. Then it would be possible to bet on a rising gold price again. If the Fed does not succeed in changing course, this would be extremely good for the value of the precious metals, prices would rise, probably significantly.
The conditions set by the Fed for a change of course are interesting. According to Fed Chairman Powell, the labour market would have to improve, i.e. the unemployment figures would have to go down. Several million jobs are missing for this and where are they supposed to come from by the end of the year. If the Fed postpones the change of course, then rising prices and more inflation would have to be expected. For the precious metals and the investors who bet on them, golden (and silver) times would come. So, it is time to prepare and take a closer look at gold and silver companies. In the silver sector, Kuya Silver or Empress Royalty would come into question.
Kuya Silver - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSEOci01l2A - is reviving the Bethania mine in Peru, which used to produce for more than 40 years and delivered high-grade material.
With Empress Royalty - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTVgfo33nw4 -, investors are betting on gold and silver while scoring points with the diversification inherent in a royalty company. Since listing in December 2020, Empress Royalty has built a portfolio of 17 precious metals investments.
Current company information and press releases from Kuya Silver ( https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/kuya-silver-corp/).
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