There are two possibilities where the journey goes. First, inflation continues to rise. Because energy prices continue to go up. The current monetary policy of the central banks continues like this. Food and other goods are getting more expensive, and wages are also going up. Money is being increased even more. If this scenario swings up, then the central banks will have to step in. But this would lead to an economic and financial crisis. Secondly, a completely different development could emerge. After all, inflation is only a temporary phenomenon, and it will go down. But then the causes that are now driving inflation would have to weaken. Energy prices, for example, would have to fall again. The central banks would then not interfere, interest rates would remain unchanged, and the growth rate of the money supply would not increase.
At the moment, central banks are focusing on temporary inflation, which is probably driven by the desire to prevent further rises in commodity prices and to prevent the prospect of rising inflation from becoming entrenched in the minds of market players. In order to halt the decline in the value of money, investors should strongly diversify their portfolios. After all, if inflation rises - contrary to central banks' views - some products may suffer substitution effects and some groups may suffer. But the fear of consumers that they will get less for their money tomorrow could even drive further purchases and thus only push the inflation wave to an extreme. Investments in solid gold companies could offer a remedy, as relying on gold and silver as a vehicle to preserve value has proven its worth.
For example, Caledonia Mining - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVqFPB0RALI - with its Blanket gold mine in Zimbabwe. This has been producing successfully for years and now the quarterly dividend could be increased for the seventh time since 2019.
Gran Colombia Gold - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nn7McwGnMSI&t=1s - produced more than 17,000 ounces of gold and nearly 18,000 ounces of silver at its Segovia mine in Colombia in August 2021.
Current corporate information and press releases from Caledonia Mining (-https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/caledonia-mining-corp/ -).
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