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Young people are also becoming increasingly interested in shares

A new generation of investors seems to have been born. Trading apps on the smartphone are one of the reasons.

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Young people are also aware of the topic of retirement provision. Investing can be simplified for young participants today through corresponding trading apps. In this way, small investors are increasingly conquering the markets. And this is not a fad. The new technologies and the new type of brokers, which can be easily handled via mobile phone, sometimes almost seem like a game and therefore appeal to the younger ones. The Wall Street Bets movement ("GameStop") earlier this year animated many. Stock trading has become attractive.

Young Americans have been clearly shown by the real estate crisis that betting on real estate can also go wrong. It also requires a lot more capital. Investing in stocks is easier and doesn't require as much capital. The fact that you can invest your money risk-free, but not at a good interest rate at a bank, therefore gives rise to many new young shareholders. And the stock boom in the young generation is not based on the search for quick profits, but the young shareholders usually have the same intention as older people. It is about asset accumulation or retirement provision. In a survey of shareholders, participants up to 35 years of age and participants above that age were asked various questions. For example, almost 44 percent of all stockholders between the ages of 18 and 35 invested in stocks for the first time during the Corona crisis. Just over 38 percent increased their stock investments. Among the older group, only 18 percent invested in stocks for the first time during the pandemic. Online brokers with minimal fees and own research distinguish the younger generation. That's where promising gold stocks should get a closer look, for example Maple Gold Mines or Tarachi Gold.

Maple Gold Mines - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVVXRhMOosI - is working with partner Agnico Eagle on the Joutel and Douay gold properties (drilling underway) in Quebec.

Tarachi Gold - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iftwdjuCAU - owns a property in Mexico with an area of about 3,700 hectares.

Current corporate information and press releases from Maple Gold Mines (www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/maple-gold-mines-ltd/).

 

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