Strong trend towards shares
Equity-based investments, precious metals and real estate are particularly popular. And investments based on shares are becoming increasingly popular. This is because Germans expect inflation to rise. DIVA surveys the current investment index. Compared to the winter survey, this has now risen from 41.1 to 46.7 index points. The index is now at a high level. The reason should be obvious: Negative real returns are prompting citizens to move away from investments with interest rates to investments with positive potential returns. To determine the changes in the index, DIVA surveys both citizens and experts from the investment sector every six months. The index can fluctuate between minus 100 and plus 100.
"In the medium-term trend, however, a new appetite for the stock market is clearly emerging. Our current index results - as well as, incidentally, those of the Bundesbank and the Deutsches Aktieninstitut - confirm this trend," says Professor Dr. Michael Heuser, Scientific Director of DIVA. Older respondents in particular are increasingly positive about equity-based investments. On the one hand, they want to escape inflation, and on the other, they do not want to collect penalty interest from the banks. Another important point is the issue of retirement provision, where individuals are being asked to get involved. Incidentally, 93.8 percent of the experts surveyed are backing equity-based investments.
That's when it's time to look at equities, such as gold companies. Vizsla Silver has secured 100 percent of the nearly 10,000-hectare Panuco District in Mexico. Silver and gold deposits, a mill, mining facilities and the necessary infrastructure are all here.
Ximen Mining - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-AVtmobf3A - owns the main project, the Kenville Gold Mine, as well as two other gold projects and a silver project in British Columbia.
Latest corporate information and press releases from Vizsla Silver (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/vizsla-silver-corp/).
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