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Mining news week 40-2020

Due to the large number of current problems, the experts at Commerzbank also see great potential in precious metals!

+++ That’s why the bull market in precious metals is not over yet! +++

Dear Readers,

In the USA, further cash injections in the billions are still being negotiated. More than 3 bio. USD Approved To Combat Economic Consequences Of Coronavirus Pandemic, But Democrats Want More! Significantly more funds are needed to avert a disaster from schools, event venues, small businesses, restaurants, but also employees of airlines and other troubled sectors. The gigantic sum of 2.2 trillion. USD thrown into the ring.

Other countries will also have to step up, which will cause the national deficits to explode further! Thus, the signs point to further massive open money locks, also in the coming years!

Conversely, this means that the current consolidation of gold and silver prices offers investors another favorable entry opportunity, which has recently opened up due to the stronger US dollar. According to market experts, the sustainability of the currently strong dollar can be questioned!

That is exactly how the experts at Commerzbank see it! Due to the multitude of problems, such as the massive increase in national debt, unlimited money printing by the central banks, the persistently extremely low interest rates and the numerous political risks, the bull market for precious metals would continue for a long time!

The Coba experts currently see the greatest risks for the stock exchanges in the presidential elections in the USA, a ‘no deal Brexit’ and rising geopolitical tensions.

This is an ideal market environment for precious metals and well-positioned commodity stocks. That is why we have summarized what we believe to be the most important messages.

Canada Nickel / Millennial Lithium

Don’t forget nickel and lithium

Lithium-ion batteries will be the ultimate in electromobility for at least the next ten years. Lithium and nickel are included.

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Caledonia Mining / Karora Resources

When the money dies, the eye turns to gold

In response to the corona virus, the central banks started the money printing machines. Fiat money is increasingly losing value – raw materials are gaining.

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Vizsla Resources / Aztec Minerals

Gold producing countries worldwide

Most of the gold still comes from China. Otherwise a lot has happened in the ranking of the gold countries.

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Battery metals boom

Nickel market about to collapse? New environmentally friendly mines are needed! This company has it all! When is Tesla calling?

Tesla reached out to a Canadian nickel exploration company with a phone call, according to a Reuters report made the rounds in the middle of last month. This rumor caused the price of the nickel explorer to explode by a factor of five within a few days! In the end, the message turned out to be a classic “duck”! If so, we think Tesla is more likely to turn to our top favorite with its nickel problem anyway! The recent agreement with a lithium explorer shows that Tesla is looking for battery metals. But Elon Musk needs even more of “clean” nickel, as he only confirmed a few months ago. Here comes our Canada Nickel Corp. in the game! New news drive the course …

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It always goes on here!

Other extremely valuable mineralization discovered over 15 km!

In the past two weeks, gold, silver and numerous precious metal mining stocks have suffered some drastic price corrections. Was it that again with rising prices, or did we just see a healthy course correction? A look at the respective Point & Figure Chart suggests the latter!

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Mawson Gold / Treasury Metals

China could boost gold prices

China has been included in the World Government Bond Index (WGBI). This could have far-reaching consequences, including with regard to the gold price.

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Auryn Resources / Filo Mining

Perhaps the last gold correction

Gold has corrected lower in price, but there are reasons this could be the last correction in the longer term.

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Up to 20% daily profit …

NEWS BOMB! Investor caught on the wrong foot! Smart investors now strike mercilessly!

After gold and silver have presumably seen their correction lows, precious metals are already on the up again. The global money printing orgies of the central banks continue unchecked and will certainly be intensified! Our money is getting less and less worth! Therefore there is no alternative to gold and the mine share! These are the winners for the coming months and years!

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Caledonia Mining / Canarc Resources

Money supply increases – gold becomes more valuable

No one can ignore current monetary policy and the consequences. This means that gold is also moving more and more into focus.

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MAG Silver / Summa Silver

Silver – EV Boom Winner

Silver has strong properties such as conductivity that are sought after in industry. This, along with rising investment demand, should push the price up, and so should silver company stocks.

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OceanaGold / Fiore Gold

Rethinking savings

As early as 2019, Germans invested their wealth better and more in stocks.

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Gold and cobalt united!

After doubling the resources, it continues! Now also in Australia!

Current monetary policy and the resulting consequences now affect everyone. So gold should keep moving into the investor focus!

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IsoEnergy / Uranium Energy

The mood on the uranium market is changing

The effects of Corona affected the uranium supply at the beginning of the second quarter. The spot price has risen.

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It’s rare!

Mine giant clings to TOP-Explorer!

A weak USD is the declared goal of US President Donald Trump, but also of the governments and central banks that flood the financial system with liquidity. A race to devalue the leading world currencies is in full swing.

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you

Jörg Schulte

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