Growing world population needs raw materials
Based on the increased world market prices for food and beverages, about two thirds of food producers are planning higher prices. Increased producer prices are to blame. This already starts with fertilizer prices, which have roughly doubled compared to spring 2021. Added to this are higher freight prices and a comparatively poor harvest last summer. The world population is growing and bumper harvests would be needed. That's why new technologies in the food sector are so important. One company that is doing something special in this area is EnWave - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byAnkaWUVzA -with its patented vacuum microwave drying. This ensures shelf life for food, pharmaceutical and cannabis products. More than 45 partners are already using EnWave's Radiant Energy Vacuum (REV™) technology.
The growing world population not only urgently needs an adequate supply of food, but also raw materials for the transition to green energies. Industry and electromobility need a lot of copper, and a lot of the raw material in demand goes into the expansion of infrastructure. The fact that there is a deficit in copper is therefore not surprising and is making investors sit up and take notice. Australian researchers are already warning that copper production will peak in 2040. The antimicrobial properties of the reddish metal make it an excellent material for pipes, tubes and faucets. Strong demand has also caused the price of copper to rise significantly in recent years. So copper stocks like Hannan Metals - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfZ3XroenBs&t=1s - should be in the portfolio as well as a promising stock like EnWave. Hannan Metals focuses on copper, gold and silver in Peru. The San Martin and Valiente projects are important.
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