It would seem counterintuitive that an electronic medium of exchange could generate more carbon emissions than mining. But at 17MJ (megajoules) of energy per $1 generated for bitcoin, gold’s modest 5MJ per $1 generated shows that metals are not always Read More
As Covid-19 recedes, the political and economic aftermath of inflation and loose monetary policy make gold an inviting choice. Mining companies are poised to leverage their newfound influence as these factors heat up.
: With near unlimited liquidity affecting inflation and consumer prices, gold may see a record by year’s end. Silver too is looking up as a hedge against inflation.
Despite profit taking by futures, gold moves back onto more stable uptrend. As inflation concerns abate a bit, investors see June as bullish.
The fed has linked inflationary control to interest rates. The news has calmed the gold world, but many continue to keep a watchful eye.
Even though silver seems down for 2021 so far, the outlook going forward is strong. Long term growth in demand is predicted to rise as high as 11% in coming years.
Modern mining techniques are revitalizing and driving many Latin American exploration projects. In conjunction with rising prices and continuing fears of inflation, many companies are seizing the opportunities provided.
The US Federal Reserve can often sound confusing in its verbiage. Her is a look at some sound statistics and data that show gold’s capacity as a hedge.
Inflation fears, and rampant liquidity are continuing to drive concerns. Many companies, such as Coeur are aggressively investing to take advantage of these trends.
As 2021 enters the midpoint, many producers are seeing results. And Gran Columbia is offering a dividend based on its performance so far.