What will the world be like in 2021 – columns

Experts anticipate a gradual economic recovery. China will be a pioneer and trailblazer.

For Europe and the USA, a slower economic recovery is expected. Important topics will be new technologies, the fight against climate change and infrastructure issues. A broad portfolio should continue to be important for investors, the ability to reorient themselves in a short time, but also the ability to stay calm in crises and not panic.

China shines like a star in the dark when it comes to economic recovery. The economy there is continuously recovering and the demand situation is improving noticeably. The situation should develop in a similar way in Europe. After the extremely turbulent months on the stock market, it is clear that gold investors will be winners in the pandemic year.

For example, Deutsche Bank expects 2021 to be a stock-friendly environment. Sectors such as industry, automobiles, metalworking and mining in particular should benefit from the economic recovery. The Dow Jones has reached an all-time high. The Dax and the EuroStoxx50 are well on their way to achieving this. The level before the pandemic should therefore be reached again soon. Since bonds are likely to suffer from the low interest rates for some time to come, stocks should be looked at. The risk is greater, but so is the profit with solid stocks such as Mawson Gold or Maple Gold Mines.

Mawson Gold – – is represented with its promising projects in Rajapalot, Finland (gold and cobalt) and in the Australian Victorian Goldfields (gold projects).

Works in Quebec Maple Gold Mines – -, supported by Agnico Eagle, on the Douay gold project in the Abitibi greenstone belt. It is one of the largest undeveloped gold resources in Quebec.

Current company information and press releases from Mawson Gold (- -) and Maple Gold Mines (- -).

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