Wealth accumulation with shares
Not only Omicron, but also supply bottlenecks, galloping inflation and geopolitical risks dominate daily events. However, many experts do not see 2022 under a bad star. Bankhaus Lampe, for example, expects global economic growth of 4.1 percent, similar to that in Euroland or Germany. And the bank expects a slowdown in the rise in inflation. For Germany, between two and three percent are to be expected.
Since interest-bearing investments will not generate any returns in the near future, lucrative investments can probably only be made in equities. A savings account yields an average of just 0.1 percent. With an inflation rate of 2.5 percent, the bottom line would still be a real loss in value of 2.4 percent. As was the case last year, the current year is expected to bring considerable price fluctuations in some cases. For investors, it is a matter of perseverance and strong nerves. Values may go up or down, or there may be longer phases of sideways movement. Overall, however, most financial experts seem to be positive about the near future and expect further price gains.
So, if you want to make provisions for your old age and don't want to let inflation nibble away at your savings, you should have the courage to invest in shares, which often offer attractive dividends.
In view of the rising uranium price, an investment in a uranium company like Uranium Energy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_j64jE24xLo - could be a good idea. Following an acquisition, Uranium Energy is now the largest uranium company in America and is in an excellent position to reliably supply the U.S. government and nuclear power plants with uranium.
No less interesting, albeit from a completely different sector, would be EnWave - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_j64jE24xLo . With dehydration machines and its own REV™ technology for drying cannabis, food and pharmaceutical products, the company has so far concluded more than 45 licenses on five continents.
Current corporate information and press releases from Uranium Energy (www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/uranium-energy-corp/) and EnWave (www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/enwave-corp/).
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