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Where does the financial world stand today?

Ten years after the Lehman bankruptcy, many are wondering when the next crash will come. Gold as a value-preserving vehicle should therefore not be forgotten

Back then, the stock markets crashed mercilessly. Millions of people became unemployed. Today, the global financial markets are more secure. Stricter regulations and rescue funds have been set up. However, this should not eliminate the risk of a new crash.

Because many states accumulate huge debts. In the euro zone in particular, various countries live beyond their means. Even if Greece was allowed three times under the rescue package, the level of debt is still around 180 percent compared to economic output. In Italy, the debt amounts to 130 percent of the gross domestic product - not much better than in Greece.

Thanks to low interest rates, many loans were taken out for new houses and apartments in Germany. And what will happen when interest rates rise? Then many home builders will have problems raising follow-up financing. In addition, property prices have risen enormously, at least in large cities. What remains is the hope that there will be no real estate bubble here and that interest rates will not suddenly rise sharply.

Diversification, as market and portfolio experts repeatedly advise, should therefore be taken seriously. To bet up to 20 percent of liquid assets on gold is not wrong at the present time, according to the arguments. If you want a leverage on the gold price, you should look around the shares of gold companies such as Orsu Metals or Auryn Resources.

Orsu Metals- -  owns the Sergeevskoe gold project in Russia, Eastern Siberia. Although still at an early stage, the chances of a lucrative gold deposit are high. Very good exploration results are already available and the area has already been investigated several times. A first resource estimate should provide more details by the end of 2018.

Auryn Resources -,search/?v=298586 - is exploring its Sombrero project (copper and gold) in Peru. The portfolio also includes the Committee Bay and Gibson MacQuoid gold projects in Nunavut, as well as the Homestarke Ridge gold project in British Columbia.

Current company information and press releases from Auryn Resources (

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