Yellow-black like gold
The language is of gold and - this will certainly come as a surprise - Borussia Dortmund, or BVB for short. The share of the yellow-black football Champions League participant has recently once again reached the 10 Euro mark. It glitters golden for shareholders. That was the last time 17 years ago. At its stock market debut in 2000, BVB was even ten percent higher. Nine years later, however, the share also cost 90 percent less.
Gold was also able to catch up recently. Since the low at the end of 2015, more than 150 US dollars have been plus. The price of the yellow-golden precious metal was also significantly higher and much lower. But a lot seems to be happening fundamentally - both for BVB and for gold. Or there's a lot going on with the competition vehicles. For example, the belief in FC Bayern as a national competitor seems to be waning among football experts. Internationally, the debts of the top clubs are likely to fall back on sport at some point - even though the latest Champions League game was lost by BVB 0:2. Retarding elements exist not only in literature, but also on the football pitch and on the stock exchange.
The same applies to gold: Investors are increasingly losing confidence in FIAT currencies. While the US dollar may appear to be strong against the Euro and the like, the dollar seems like a one-eyed blind man when you look at the debt orgy of the USA. All currencies are therefore likely to lose against gold in the long term - as they have in the past. Investors in BVB shares are not the only ones who should therefore consider gold as well as yellow and black investments. Shares of gold companies with good projects seem speculative, but also particularly interesting. This circle includes Steppe Gold and Revival Gold.
Steppe Gold - https://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298477 - owns two gold projects in Mongolia. The first gold casting on the Altan Tsagaan Ovoo gold project (100 percent wholly owned) is scheduled for the first half of 2019. In addition, 80 percent of Steppe Gold belongs to the Khundii Gold Project, also in Mongolia.
Revival Gold - https://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298437 - is drilling its Beartrack Gold Project and the adjacent Arnett Gold Project in Idaho. For example, the Beartrack gold project, which was previously producing, returned 1.88 grams of gold per ton of rock from current drilling. Revival Gold's portfolio also includes the advanced Diamond Mountain phosphate project in Utah.
Current company information and press releases from Steppe Gold (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/steppe-gold-ltd.html).
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