Great opportunities for copper
The copper supply is decreasing. It takes a long time to develop minable supplies and copper is not sufficiently available everywhere geographically. However, the demand for the reddish metal will continue to increase as we switch from fossil fuels to other climate-friendly energy sources. Electric cars need several times the amount of the reddish metal than conventional vehicles. Investments in mining stocks can be a worthwhile investment here, but they have to be well-positioned companies. Wind turbines and solar plants also consume copper, as copper lines have to be installed - another plus point for copper mining.
Another large copper demand arises from infrastructure plans. The investment requirements here are enormous. The Global Infrastructure Hub expects a sum of 100 trillion US dollars by the year 2040. This only applies to the 56 countries for which data is available. For once, there is a need to catch up in the industrialized countries, as savings have often been made in the expansion of infrastructure in recent decades. Rail, road and water transport have a lot of catching up to do. On the other hand, there is a lack of infrastructure in various developing and emerging countries, not only in the transport sector, but also in water and electricity supply. The infrastructure sector also includes education and telecommunications.
In order to profitably participate as an investor in the plans of many countries on the subject of infrastructure projects, one should look at the raw materials needed and the companies that own these raw materials.
And that's where GoldMining comes in, for example. Major gold-copper deposits in the U.S., Canada, Brazil, Colombia and Peru are part of its large portfolio.
Torq Resources - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kij1qkLrAOo - also owns copper and gold projects in Chile, the Margarita project and the Andrea project, both with more than 1,000 hectares of land each.
Current corporate information and press releases from GoldMining (www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/goldmining-inc/) and Torq Resources (www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/torq-resources-inc/).
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