Stocks are the best investmentVon Swiss Resource Capital AG
Inflation has almost manifested itself worldwide. From experience, we know that stock values have held up relatively well in inflationary phases. The gasoline discount and the nine-euro ticket will soon end in this country. Today's rising producer prices, caused by high energy prices and supply chain problems, will still have their effect. Prices for goods will rise and possibly fuel inflation further. Investors cannot take advantage of the situation profitably with monetary assets; on the contrary. What helps now are tangible assets such as stocks or even gold. In the case of stocks, those with favorable valuations and promising projects and experienced management are particularly recommended (value stocks). Gold also falls into this category due to its long-proven properties such as value and purchasing power retention.
Gold is, after all, a stable entity. If the markets for speculative assets are strong and confidence in political conditions is high, then the price of gold seems more likely to go down. But if the markets and confidence are not so great, then more investors are drawn to gold. With the current crises, the Russia invasion, the loss of purchasing power and inflation eating away at our wealth, gold should shine. As a stabilizing element, values of gold companies should also not be missing from the investment portfolio.
Gold, silver and base metals are the business of Tier One Silver - https://youtu.be/9xL1ovr2544 -. Environmental approval has just been granted for the Curibaya project in Peru. Other exploration projects exist at Tier One Silver.
Tarachi Gold - https://youtu.be/IRnRAFCd8WI - is looking after gold in Mexico. The company's prospective Tarachi project is located in the Sierra Madre Gold Belt. Another project in Mexico will begin production in early 2023.
Latest corporate information and press releases from Tier One Silver (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/de/unternehmen/tier-one-silver-inc/ -).
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