Hot for gold
Recently, a toilet designed by the artist Maurizio Cattelan and made of 18-carat gold was stolen from the Blenheim Palace near Oxford. It was permanently installed and usable (three minutes for each visitor). Now the insurance company concerned has even suspended a premium of 100,000 pounds. Because "America", as the work of art is called, is supposed to reappear.
Spectacular gold thefts happen all the time. And the stories are popular, because gold stands for everything that is valuable. In 2013, for example, a bank in Düsseldorf suddenly lacked a lot of gold bars from the vault. They haven't been found yet. In 2016, gold bars worth one million euros were stolen from a gold trader in Berlin. The perpetrators had ordered them by telephone. These perpetrators were caught.
Even a real rapper, "Xatar", had scammed a valuables truck with gold in 2009, but the joy about it didn't last long. The rapper received a prison sentence, but the 1.7 million euros disappeared. The theft of the "Big Maple Leaf" gold coin from the Bode Museum in Berlin in 2017 is certainly still remembered by many. There is still no trace of the approximately 3.7 million Euro piece.
Gold stands for pure value, wealth, reputation and today especially for security and purchasing power. The policy of zero interest rates is making more and more people turn to gold. The shares of the gold companies also belong in an investor portfolio. These include GoldMining and Cardinal Resources.
GoldMining - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HPJwetUnG8=205s - has a significant portfolio of gold and copper projects in Peru, Colombia, Brazil, Canada and the USA. Cardinal Resources - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KobSWrMYS34 - has chosen the politically stable Ghana. There Cardinal Resources is working on its Bogatanga and Subranum projects. Gold production is expected to start in 2020.
Current company information and press releases from GoldMining (www.resource-capital.ch/de/unternehmen/goldmining-inc/).
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