On the road to success with gold and copper
Copper is a building block for the global infrastructure. And gold is the ultimate insurance against crises, inflation or losses
Gold is one of the true values. Governments are increasing their debt, financing their spending with more and more debt, and currencies are losing value. In Greece, for example, the debt ratio is 182 per cent, in Italy 132 per cent. So the euro has its price. The citizens, especially in the low-interest countries, must pay these. The low interest rates are not at all helpful when it comes to private old-age provision, for example. Diversification should be considered, even in the form of gold.
Today the troy ounce of gold costs almost 1,300 US dollars, 60 years ago the price was 35 US dollars for the ounce of gold. Gold can therefore provide long-term security and calm the nerves. Part of your portfolio can be invested in the securities of gold companies in order to benefit more from a rising gold price.
Another commodity that investors cannot ignore is copper. Here, the stimulating measures of China and its large infrastructure projects play a role, because they devour copper. After all, almost 1.3 billion people live in China, more than 18 percent of the world's citizens. Copper, which has been used as an electrical metal for thousands of years, has a similar attraction as gold or silver - important in large economies and also in developing countries. Moreover, in uncertain times for investors, gold and silver often come into play right after gold.
So it makes sense to take a closer look at companies that own gold and copper in their projects, such as Aurania Resources or US Gold.
Aurania Resources - https://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298881 - pursues the acquisition and exploration of gold and copper deposits. The main project is the Lost Cities Cutucu project located in the Andes of Ecuador. Samples have already revealed very encouraging mineralization (up to 12 percent copper and up to 166 grams silver).
US Gold - https://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298829 - is pushing its Copper King project (Wyoming) and its Keystone Gold project (Nevada). The Copper King project is designed to expand resource and deposit size to increase copper and gold reserves. The Company also holds other exploration and development concessions.
Up-to-date corporate information and press releases from Aurania Resources (www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/aurania-resources-ltd/) and US Gold (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/us-gold-corp/).
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