Metals are valuable
Nothing works without metals. They are interesting not only for investors, but from time to time also for thieves.
Thieves recently stole metal parts worth a good 50,000 euros from a cemetery in Upper Bavaria. The robbers were caught trying to sell the scrap metal. Our modern world would not be possible without metals. The phases of human development are therefore also referred to according to the materials used, the Bronze Age, the Iron Age or the Stone Age. The use of pure metals hardly ever takes place. But copper, aluminum or even gold are often used for electrical wires, so they are often used in their pure form. One of the first metals our ancestors knew and used was copper. Finds that are more than 10,000 years old tell the story of copper. It was used for the production of tools, jewelry, weapons, and later water pipes were made of copper.
Today, it is impossible to imagine modern technologies without the reddish metal. Copper is highly conductive, it is an important trace element in medicine, it is used in the construction industry and in the automotive industry, and it is considered the metal of the energy transition. Increasing demand from China is expected, especially after the post-pandemic opening. Most analysts expect copper demand to recover in March or early in the second quarter. By the way, photovoltaic technology needs 17 raw materials, and the turbines for wind energy need 13 raw materials. But copper is always there as an important component. Investors betting on global copper demand outstripping supply should familiarize themselves with companies like Aurania Resources or GoldMining.
Aurania Resources – https://www.commodity-tv.com/ondemand/companies/profil/aurania-resources-ltd/ – (gold and copper) is active in South America with a particular focus on the exciting The Lost Cities project in the Andes Mountains. It is located in the Jurassic Metallogenic Belt.
GoldMining – https://www.commodity-tv.com/ondemand/companies/profil/goldmining-inc/ – takes care of the development of gold and gold-copper properties in North and South America (Canada, USA, Brazil, Peru, Colombia). Gold resources amount to about 26 million ounces.
Latest corporate information and press releases from GoldMining (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/goldmining-inc/ -) and Aurania Resources (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/… -)
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