The demand for copper from the battery industry and renewable energies is rising sharply. At the same time, more and more countries are striving to cover their raw material requirements in their own countries and without dependencies. Last year, according to the World Bureau of Metal Statistics, the copper deficit was around 400,000 tons. When the political situation currently affecting the world calms down again, the reddish metal could already be in the starting blocks for a new price upswing. A global supply deficit is also forecast for the current year.
To counter uncertainties, gold is always the first choice for investors. But if you look at the past 25 years, copper would actually have been the better choice. As consumer prices rose, the price of gold increased by an average of five percent, but the price of copper rose by a good 15 percent. Copper is therefore sensitive to inflation, although the metal itself is of course also a cause of inflationary tendencies when the price rises sharply because it is used in so many ways. Particularly with booming electromobility, which gobbles up a lot of copper, the quantities of copper required by industry are increasing. Nevertheless, there is always a certain fluctuation in the price of copper. Since copper is an interesting commodity in any case, there should also be a place for a copper investment in a well-diversified portfolio, for example in Kutcho Copper or Hannan Metals.
Kutcho Copper - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZv_IpazXGM - is developing the Kutcho copper-zinc project in British Columbia (17,000 hectares). A very positive feasibility study is already available.
Hannan Metals - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWFlkXI2His - owns the San Martin copper-silver project and, some 300 kilometers away, the Valiente copper-gold porphyry project in Peru.
Current corporate information and press releases from Kutcho Copper (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/kutcho-copper-corp/ -) and Hannan Metals (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/hannan-metals-ltd/ -).
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