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What could happen next with commodity prices





 

2021 was not so bad for the precious metal gold. And many have not yet invested in the high commodity prices.

Last year, many were disappointed by the price development of gold and also silver. However, the underlying economic circumstances must not be ignored. The rising inflation was, as the well-known Ronald Stöferle sees it, already anticipated by the performance of gold. Silver has once again shown that it has greater volatility than gold. The silver market, which is small in comparison to the gold market, should by no means disappear from view, because silver has probably already found the price bottom. Thus, the price of the hermaphrodite metal (investment and industrial) will probably tend to go up.

The price of raw materials such as copper and zinc has moved significantly. Copper is one of the metals of the future, as is silver – just think of the photovoltaic sector – and zinc is primarily used for corrosion protection. Although many commodities have already risen sharply in price, there should still be plenty of opportunities with an equity exposure. Perhaps a look at Kuya Silver – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Kq-B7bj0zk -, for example, will help. The revival of the formerly successfully producing Bethania mine in Peru is about gold, silver, but also copper, zinc and lead.

Osisko Metals – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mihVbjz4NJE – has dedicated itself entirely to zinc as a raw material. The company is active in the Northwest Territories in the Pine Point Mining Camp and Bathurst Mining Camp zinc mining areas. Whether an investor is more attracted to gold and silver or other commodities, some companies have multiple commodities in their projects, so there should be something for everyone.

Latest corporate information and press releases from Kuya Silver (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/kuya-silver-corp/ -) and Osisko Metals (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/osisko-metals-inc/ -).

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