Promising commodities: gold and copper
Experts expect copper demand to be high in the coming years, or even enormous. This is because green energy technologies are gobbling up copper and are being heavily promoted in major economies such as the USA, Europe and China. Wind turbines and solar plants are booming. Likewise, electric mobility is advancing and gobbling up copper. The International Energy Agency recently warned that high prices and availability could slow the path to clean energy.
The "investor commodity" par excellence is gold. Inflationary trends and a weaker U.S. dollar are driving it up. In addition, there are currently the new Basel III regulations. These force banks to hold allocated gold. So, if lending is to be high, more gold than before is likely to remain tied up. The economic stimulus projects are also continuing and are creating more money in the global monetary system. A gold price of US$2,000 per ounce should therefore still be feasible this year. For 2022, industry experts already expect a price of US$2,200 per fine ounce of gold.
Even if there are occasional price setbacks in the precious metal, the upward trend is still considered intact. Short-term burdens should therefore not cause uncertainty among investors.
Companies that own gold and copper should be in the interest of investors, such as Aurania Resources - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QgsiJCXr-8 - in its The Lost Cities Cutucu project in Ecuador. There is gold, copper, silver, zinc and lead there. Gallium and indium could also be identified.
Like Aurania Resources, Adventus Mining - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lm6lRfTpZvU - is also focusing on copper and gold in Ecuador. The El Domo project is being vigorously pursued and has already scored with good drill results.
Current corporate information and press releases from Aurania Resources (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/aurania-resources-ltd/) and Adventus Mining (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/adventus-mining-corp/).
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