For example, three men were recently arrested for having 73 kilograms of gold in their hand luggage, which happened in South Africa. The suspicion is gold smuggling, more precisely suspicion of violation of the Trade and Customs Act, now they are on trial. The men had started in Madagascar and their destination was Dubai.
When traveling by air, the customs regulations of the countries must always be observed. If you are leaving the European Union, for example, cash, including gold and silver coins, must be declared if it is worth more than 10,000 euros. If you do not comply, the valuable cargo can be confiscated, and you may be charged.
Gold pleases investors because the price is high. The storage of gold bars or coins, however, must be carefully planned. Whether classically in a safe deposit box or in the house in the safe, there are still people who hide their gold treasures at home - not such a good idea, even if the number of home burglaries has fallen sharply in Corona times. After all, many vacation trips fell away and people sit in their home offices.
An investment in gold shares is easier on the nerves, there are no storage problems and no costs for storage. In addition, you get a leverage on the gold price. One should only be aware that the investment in gold shares should not be a short-term investment.
Among gold stocks, Canagold Resources or Caledonia Mining appeal.
Canagold Resources - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QSJUtZslAc - (formerly Canarc Resource) is developing gold projects in North America, with the New Polaris project in British Columbia having a permit for exploration work. In addition, Canagold Resources is acquiring gold properties with exciting potential.
Caledonia Mining - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JzpHxl9aP-U -, with its Blanket gold mine in Zimbabwe, has been a successful producer for years and pays dividends. Rising production volumes and an eye on costs have now led to the fourth dividend increase in the last 15 months.
Current corporate information and press releases from Caledonia Mining (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/caledonia-mining-corp/).
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