With short-term investments, the risk is greater, but a higher profit is possible. If you are not so risk-averse and prefer to invest for the long term, there is no way around stocks today. And since gold is referred to as the "ultimate currency," why not invest some of your assets in gold stocks. The Russia-Ukraine conflict has given gold appeal. But this conflict also has secondary effects that can give the precious metal a buffer, so to speak, in terms of price. Indeed, macro and financial crises can have a lasting effect on the price of gold. Russia's isolation causes a shift in the energy sector, which has an inflationary effect. In addition, there is the greater risk of weakening economic growth, especially in Europe. This is because dependence on Russian oil and gas makes Europe vulnerable.
So, the chances for a strong price of the yellow precious metal are very good. Investors who opt for long-term investments could, for example, look at the gold royalty companies. These are broadly positioned and are usually involved in a large number of projects. The mining risk lies with the partner companies, not with the royalty companies. With a royalty company, the investor is involved in various projects, often in exploration and development as well as in already producing projects. Empress Royalty and Gold Royalty are examples of this.
Gold Royalty - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6t0hT6NNKCg - has operations in Nevada, Quebec and Ontario.
Empress Royalty - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ObOa2BGw5MM - has a portfolio of 17 gold and silver investments from development to production stage.
Latest corporate information and press releases from Gold Royalty (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/gold-royalty-corp/ -).
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