And copper should be in greater demand in the next few years as the economy expands, because it is a crucial metal for the global economy. In particular, the increase in renewable energies and electromobility will increasingly need copper in the coming years. This potential must not be underestimated. If demand increases, the price of the metal also rises, which in turn increases the returns of copper companies and thus strengthens share prices. When selecting copper companies, investors should look for the highest possible quality resources and low production costs. Whether a company is debt-free, or how much debt it has, is also of interest, as is whether the copper projects are located in mining-friendly regions. Among the promising companies with copper in projects is Kutcho Copper – https://youtu.be/-IJVP6-cG28 . In British Columbia, the company is advancing its Kutcho project. A highly positive feasibility study is already available. Torq Resources – https://youtu.be/Yf-0L2au5ik – also has copper in the ground in addition to gold, in various projects in Chile. Torq Resources is backed by a very successful management team.
Current corporate information and press releases from Kutcho Copper (https://www.resource-capital.ch/de/unternehmen/kutcho-copper-corp/) and Torq Resources (https://www.resource-capital.ch/de/unternehmen/torq-resources-inc/).
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