Gold has various price drivers. These include the development of economic growth, opportunity costs and market risk. The focus here is on the motives behind gold demand. Of particular importance is investment demand. Currently, the situation regarding gold demand in Asia is brightening. In July, about six times as much gold was exported from Switzerland to India than in the previous month. The thus strongly increasing demand from India is a clear sign. About as much gold went to China in July as in June.
Chartists see a short-term downward phase in the price of the yellow metal at the moment. Perhaps it is not far to the next "reversal point", where it goes up again in price. Add in seasonality and geopolitical uncertainties, and getting in now shouldn’t be a bad idea, for example in promising candidates like Skeena Resources or Tarachi Gold. Skeena Resources – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ga4AuDs541c&t=132s – is focused on reviving its historic Snip gold mines (recent drill results have been excellent again) and Eskay Creek.
Tarachi Gold – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mda-_5-Ttc4 – is actively working in Mexico in the Sierra Madre gold belt. The Tarachi project covers 3,708 hectares.
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