Oops, wrong cable
Deutsche Bahn, an institution that stands for stability, punctuality and reliability. Stop! Stop! It has to be called today. Recently, the railways were only able to demonstrate a punctuality rate of a good 70 percent. Many stations are overloaded. Some tracks have been taken over by competitors who have to prove themselves first. For example, if a traveller wants to get to the airport on time, he should install large buffers if he wants to travel by train.
But the railways are only a showcase institution where the decline of a country becomes visible. Whether road construction, in which Internet cables are simply disconnected, is called "Oops, false cable", it is then lapidary and the repair takes days. Or municipalities that have to close their facilities such as indoor swimming pools or ice rinks for cost reasons. People notice. It is not least because of this that the voters run away from the so-called „people's parties“. It will certainly not be easy for today's politician elite, to take countermeasures. Citizens should therefore not rely on the fact that there will be major improvements in the pension and health system, for example. Self-initiative is therefore called for when it comes to safeguarding. However, since the finances of the state are likely to become clammy in the long term, it is not advisable to rely solely on real estate, as it is not mobile and easy to tax.
Gold is a way out and a good way to survive long-term crises. Physical precious metal is the first choice. Investors who are not afraid of risks can also bet on shares of companies with gold projects. If the price of gold rises, a lever should work here, which increases the price opportunities. One example is Sibanye-Stillwater from South Africa - https://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298572. Sibanye not only has gold, platinum metals and a uranium project in southern Africa, but also produces platinum metals in the USA. In the first half of 2018, a pleasing increase in sales of 24 percent compared to the same period of the previous year was recorded.
Of course, the modernisation efforts in Germany should not be underestimated either. In the field of regenerative energy, for example, some progress is being made. The railways are also continuing to expand the electrification of their lines - as well as new projects. Such infrastructure projects are important worldwide. The reddish metal copper plays a decisive role here. Because it is needed for many projects involving electricity. The price of the economic metal is therefore likely to rise.
Investors are betting on the copper market with shares in companies such as Copper Mountain Mining - https://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298604. Copper Mountain Mining owns the Copper Mountain Mine (75 percent) in the south of British Columbia, which produces approximately 90 million pounds of copper equivalent per year. The 100% owned Eva Copper project in Australia, already approved by the Company, is expected to contribute approximately 100 million pounds of copper equivalent to copper production.
Current corporate information and press releases from Sibanye-Stillwater (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/sibanye-stillwater-ltd.html) and Copper Mountain Mining (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/copper-mountain-mining-corp.html).
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