What will the world be like in 2021?
A slower recovery of the economic situation is expected for Europe and the USA. Important topics will be new technologies, the fight against climate change and infrastructure issues. For investors, a broad-based portfolio will continue to be important, as well as the ability to reorient themselves in a short period of time, but also the ability to remain calm and not panic in times of crisis.
China shines like a star in the dark when it comes to economic recovery. There, the economy is recovering continuously, and the demand situation is improving noticeably. The situation in Europe should develop similarly. After the extremely turbulent months on the stock market, it is clear that those invested in gold are winners in the pandemic year.
Deutsche Bank, for example, believes that 2021 will offer an equity-friendly environment. Especially sectors such as industry, automotive, metal and mining should be the beneficiaries of the economic recovery. The Dow Jones has reached an all-time high. The Dax and the EuroStoxx50 are well on the way to achieving this. The level before the pandemic should therefore be reached again soon. Since bonds will probably continue to suffer from low interest rates for some time to come, we should take a look at equities. Although the risk is greater, so is the profit with solid stocks such as Mawson Gold or Maple Gold Mines.
Mawson Gold has prospective projects in Rajapalot, Finland (gold and cobalt) and the Victorian Goldfields, Australia (gold projects).
In Quebec, Maple Gold Mines, supported by Agnico Eagle, is working on the Douay gold project in the Abitibi greenstone belt. This is one of the largest untapped gold resources in Quebec.
Current enterprise information and press releases of Mawson gold (www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/mawson-gold-ltd/) and Maple gold Mines (www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/maple-gold-mines-ltd/).
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