Germany ranks 45th with 63 points in the Investment Risk Index, IRI, (source: Mining Journal Intelligence), which was published.After all, Germany can claim to have fewer investment risks than China (54 points), Brazil (58 points) or Greenland (59 points). Germany is also above the global average of 59 points (2019: 60 points). But right at the top of the investment-friendly regions, especially mining, are Ontario (81 points), Saskatchewan (80 points) and British Columbia (79 points). This is followed by Norway, Nevada and also Sweden and Finland are at the top.
When investors consider which mining companies they want to invest in, the risk profile in particular should play a role. This is where the risk of the country, region or state comes into play. If a company is active in the Congo (30 points) or Venezuela (33 points), the investor runs greater risk of losing at least part of his investments for political and legislative reasons as well as corruption. Therefore, preference should be given to investing in mining stocks with activities in regions high on the IRI. Two examples are Skeena Resources and Ximen Mining, both of which are based in British Columbia.
Skeena Resources – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Oc9PdaeFaU&t=115s – Takes care of the formerly producing gold-silver mines Eskay Creek in the Golden Triangle in British Columbia, for which a promising economic evaluation is already available, and the Snip mine.
Also owns in British Columbia Ximen Mining – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7feA1vnC70 – the Brett and Gold Drop gold projects. The company’s other projects, Treasure Mountain, Kenville and Amelia are also located in British Columbia.
Current company information and press releases from Skeena Resources (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/de/unternehmen/skeena-resources-ltd/ -).
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