Robust gold market
The steady upward trend in the price of the precious metal shows the uniqueness of the commodity - it is one of the safest and most liquid assets, if not the number one. Should the price go down again, this is possible under the given market conditions and should be seen as an entry opportunity.
The fact that gold prices fluctuated so strongly in the first quarter was mainly due to traders taking profits. This allowed them to offset losses in other assets. Gold slipped into the crisis at a 17-year high, but then widened its gains. And even though more and more countries are easing exit restrictions, gold will continue to be popular. Because a normal state of affairs is still a long way off. In addition, there is the threat of severe economic dislocation.
Currently gold demand in China and India is weak, but this is offset by very strong demand in the West. This can be seen from the inflows into ETFs. Gold is and remains the crisis currency of choice. And this includes the equities of robust gold companies, which have a track record of success.
For example, OceanaGold: https://www.commodity-tv.com/play/oceanagold-adressing-latest-issues-strong-production-growth-in-the-future/. The company produces in its Haile gold mine in South Carolina. This is considered the largest gold mine on the east coast of the USA (measured and indicated resources of 3.1 million ounces of gold). The portfolio also includes a high-grade copper-gold mine in the Philippines (Didipio) and gold mines in New Zealand (Macraes and Waihi).
GoldMining shines with a large portfolio of gold and copper projects: https://www.commodity-tv.com/play/oceanagold-adressing-latest-issues-strong-production-growth-in-the-future/. These are located in mining-friendly regions (USA, Canada, Brazil, Peru, Colombia). Further acquisitions are planned without debt and financially strong.
Recent company information and press releases from GoldMining (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/goldmining-inc/) and OceanaGold (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/oceanagold-corp/).
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