Silently and quietly moved to the top - Gold
The price of gold has been rather quiet in recent years, but has risen steadily or has generated 16 positive returns over the past 19 years. Since 2001, the average annual return has been 9.38 percent. By 2019 it will already be around eight percent.
Whether the US dollar was stronger or weaker, fears of inflation or deflation prevailed, oil was cheap or expensive or political stability was high or low - gold is worthwhile.
Now could come the time, in which the price takes up clearly more speed. Many are now optimistic about the future of the gold price. Investments in gold have paid off in the past and should continue to be trusted. A rather rare constellation has arisen in the past few days: Share prices and the price of gold rose.
The imminent fall in interest rates in the USA seems to be helping gold up. Because if interest rates fall in the USA, the US dollar will weaken. And this makes gold much more attractive for investors who do not move in the US dollar zone, as it becomes cheaper. Demand is rising and so is the price of the precious metal.
Or as the investment bank Goldman Sachs sees it as a rule of thumb: Fear and prosperity equals expensive gold. Political conflict situations do the rest. In order to benefit from a further rising gold price with leverage, an investment in gold companies such as Maple Gold Mines or Treasury Metals should be examined.
Treasury Metals - http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=299172 - has four gold projects on screen in Ontario, with the advanced Goliath gold project and the Weebigee project with particularly high gold grades pleased. Another project is located in British Columbia.
Maple Gold Mines - http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=299175 - can also boast a high grade gold project. The Douay gold project in the Abitibi Greenstone Belt in Quebec, Canada, produced up to 21 grams of gold per ton of rock during drilling.
Current corporate information and press releases from Treasury Metals (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/treasury-metals-inc/) and Maple Gold Mines (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/maple-gold-mines-ltd/).
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