Every year again – columns

Every year the question arises, what should we give. How about gold, silver, or stocks.

The topic of investment has come into focus this year. And according to a recent survey, this time Germans want to spend significantly more money on gifts than in previous years, namely around 500 euros per person. So why not give something of lasting value. That can also be ordered online, which is being done increasingly this year.

Precious metal gifts have long been popular in many countries. You can also give away shares. The prerequisite is the opening of a share portfolio. One should pay attention to a possible withholding tax or possibly also a gift tax. A contemporary gift, because the days when savings accounts were given away with a credit are definitely over and fall into the days of our grandparents. Another advantage would be to make it easier for the descendants to enter the world of finance. Because today you can no longer build up wealth with savings, which should have got around by now.

Unfortunately, shares as gifts are still the exception, because Germans are not as “share-loving” as some other nations, even if many new shareholders have joined this country this year. Building wealth with shares should not only be the case for high earners (as is currently the case with the majority of shareholders in Germany), it should also be perceived by broader strata.

Well-positioned candidates with gold in the ground are, for example, Karora Resources or Maple Gold Mines.

Karora Resources – – successfully produces on its Beta Hunt and Higginsville gold properties in Western Australia. Maple Gold Mines – – Takes care of the Douay gold project in the Abitibi greenstone belt in Quebec.

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

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