Going for gold and copper makes senseVon Swiss Resource Capital AG
Copper, also called Dr. Copper, indicates phases of economic weakness or strength. This is because the price of copper is normally based on economic trends. Gold, on the other hand, gains in attractiveness in times of crisis. And as history shows, the precious metal has retained its value through all uncertain and economically problematic times. In industry today, gold has gained in importance. In countries like China or India, the middle class is growing. And with growing prosperity, the desire for gold jewelry or gold investments should also increase. At the same time, the number of megacities is increasing, more and more people are drawn to the big cities. This increases the demand for vehicles, infrastructure and stimulates the construction industry - good for copper.
At the moment, rising prices are slowing down the construction sector somewhat. However, copper will benefit from increasing e-mobility in the coming years. E-vehicles consume three to four times as much copper as conventional vehicles. According to the latest survey by the forsa institute, gold ranks first among investors, along with equity investments. The previous year's survey produced the same result. Negative real interest rates and high inflation rates should continue to make the precious metal attractive. Investors who believe in gold as a means of preserving value and also in copper as a metal of the future can take a closer look at companies that own both commodities in the ground.
There is Aurania Resources - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yimnLRjdy8 -, for example, with its flagship project The Lost Cities in Ecuador, which contains gold and copper.
Aztec Minerals - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrelPMuItfk - is also betting on gold and copper. The company owns the Cervantes property in Mexico and the historic Tombstone properties in Arizona.
Current corporate information and press releases from Aurania Resources (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/aurania-resources-ltd/ -).
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