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Price setbacks in gold and silver are buying opportunities

Currently, a strong US dollar and rising bond yields are putting pressure on the gold price.

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Gold is at a two-month low, silver is at a nine-week low. The dollar index is at its highest level since March 2020, plus bond yields are moving higher. This is currently putting pressure on gold and silver. But even if the U.S. dollar is briefly in strong demand compared to gold, this does not change the long-term good performance of the two precious metals. On the contrary, investors can now get in at a lower price. Ten-year U.S. government bonds are yielding 2.77 percent per year, still well below the three percent mark. The Russian war and the lockdowns in China are putting pressure on the economy, so things look better on the other side of the Atlantic. The euro currency, battered by rising energy costs, has hit a five-year low. But interest rate worries should not distract from the value of gold as a safe haven.

Many are worried about the explosion in energy prices and inflation, including the global economy. The former president of the Ifo Institute for Economic Research, Hans-Werner Sinn, paints a rather bleak picture of what lies ahead. Unilateral dependence on Russia now leaves us trapped, Sinn says. The good times are over not just for the next ten or 15 years, but for a longer period. Sinn sees a major problem in demographic change in particular. Many, the so-called baby boomers are now retiring, and the following working population is shrinking. Attractive forms of savings (the Riester pension is not one of them) are lacking. There remains only the realization that everyone must provide for himself. One possibility is to invest in gold and silver in order to counteract this development. Here are two examples.

Osisko Development is focusing on gold projects in Canada and Mexico. Flagship project is the Cariboo gold project in British Columbia, drillings yielded up to almost 280 grams of gold per ton of rock.

Aurania Resources - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAZP4Xrc-0M - is focusing on gold and copper in Ecuador, specifically on its The Lost Cities Cutucu project. In addition, there are partnerships and joint ventures.

Current corporate information and press releases from Aurania Resources (www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/aurania-resources-ltd/) and Osisko Development (www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/osisko-development-corp/).

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