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Positive signs for rising gold price





 

From a seasonal point of view, the gold price should start to rise in mid-December. In addition, crises have an effect.

Crises create demand for gold, that\-s nothing new. Currently, Russian banks are struggling with a shortage of gold bullion. Production capacity is limited, and the demand of Russian citizens for the precious metal has risen sharply. As a result, there have even been supply disruptions. Refineries are focusing more on producing large bars for bulk purchases. Private gold buyers, on the other hand, want more small bars, and these are more expensive to produce. Perhaps now is a particularly good time for gold investment. For one thing, the seasonality inherent in the gold price argues for a price increase soon. Because from mid-December, one of the best phases of the year for the gold price lies ahead. January in particular is a strong gold month. On the other hand, the mid-term elections in the USA are on November 8. This is another reason why the gold price could recover in the near future. Perhaps even a year-end rally will form.

The extremely unstable period of history that prevails right now argues in favor of owning precious metals. US investors are not so interested in gold right now. This is because fears of war and crisis are not as strong in the U.S. as they are elsewhere. This is a scenario that investors should take advantage of and stock up on gold as a hedging vehicle against crises. If gold ETFs become more popular again and the seasonality of gold takes effect, then it is advantageous to have exposure to gold during periods of weakness. Perhaps more central banks, which experience shows like to buy countercyclically, will also take advantage of low prices. Investors could look at royalty companies, which already have inherent diversification, such as Osisko Gold Royalties or Gold Royalty.

Osisko Gold Royalties – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dn_KRPL6GDM – has more than 165 royalty and precious metal sales. In the third quarter, a record amount of almost 24,000 gold equivalent ounces created joy.

Gold Royalty – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bomWcs8Y8Vg – is also focused on the Americas, particularly royalty income, and recently acquired the Nevada Gold Mines royalty portfolio.

Current corporate information and press releases from Osisko Gold Royalties (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/osisko-gold-royalties-ltd/ ) and Gold Royalty (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/gold-royalty-corp/ ).

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