Investment today – gold and stocks

A brand new forsa survey identified which investments citizens consider to be suitable from a long-term perspective and which investments they own.

1001 citizens were asked which investment they considered to be the most profitable for a period of at least three years. As in the previous year, gold and shares are again in first and second place. This year, gold has displaced stocks from first place. Around 31 percent of those surveyed chose gold this time.

The other options that had to be valued (fund shares, fixed and time deposits, bonds) only followed at a considerable distance. It is also interesting that around 27 percent of those questioned do not dare to give an assessment.

How did the respondents invest their money? 28 percent own a property as an investment, 27 percent trust in a building society contract or just as many in life insurance. Call money, time deposits and time deposits have increased compared to the previous year. 16 percent believe in stocks, 11 percent believe in physical gold and silver.

After all, 71 percent value gold as a safe investment and around half believe that gold will continue to rise in price. What could be more obvious than getting acquainted with an investment in gold stocks – for example in the values ​​of Vizsla Resources or Fiore Gold.

Vizsla Resources – – is on the move in Mexico in terms of gold and silver in order to become a gold and silver producer at short notice. The Panuco property (almost 10,000 hectares) is located in a producing mining warehouse. The entire district is explored here for the first time. The first precious metal production took place here in the 16th century.

Fiore gold – – is already producing in its Pan Mine in Nevada. From January to March, a production record was made with more than 12,000 ounces of gold. The nearby Gold Rock project is being advanced. In Washington, Fiore Gold is still controlling the Golden Eagle exploration project.

Current company information and press releases from Vizsla Resources (- -) and Fiore Gold (- -).

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