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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on August 3rd, 2022 | 13:53 CEST

Desert Gold Ventures, Deutsche Bank, Barrick Gold - Is the bottom in sight?

  • Gold
  • Investments

Due to the strength of the US dollar and concerns about further interest rate hikes, the precious yellow metal again sank below the threshold of USD 1,700 per ounce in recent months. It marked a new low for the year at USD 1,680.59, which also meant a test of the lowest level from 2021. Since then, however, gold has been rising again, driven by a recovering euro and the positive statements by FED Chairman Powell after the last interest rate hike by 75 basis points. At current levels, a long-term turning point could thus be initiated.

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Commented by Mario Hose on August 1st, 2022 | 06:00 CEST

Desert Gold Ventures CEO Jared Scharf on gold as a hedge against inflation

  • Expert
  • DesertGold
  • Gold

As the European Central Bank raised its interest rate by 50 basis points on July 21 in line with the U.S. Fed and the Bank of England, the price of gold in the London Bullion Market Association fell to USD 1,700 per ounce. Recession danger is rising as more rate increases are anticipated. Changing consumer and equity market conditions are reflected in declining physical and exchange-traded fund demand for gold. Desert Gold Ventures CEO Jared Scharf explains us his view.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on July 19th, 2022 | 14:01 CEST

Gold price close to long-term buy signal - Desert Gold, Newmont and Barrick Gold in waiting position

  • Gold

Gold reached a new low for the year with the interim slide below the psychologically important mark of USD 1,700 per troy ounce. Thus, the precious yellow metal, which is supposed to act as a crisis currency, completely lost the gains since Russia's invasion of Ukraine. In the short term, there is now the threat of another test to the downside in the area of USD 1,600 per ounce. In the long term, gold should regain its role as an inflation hedge and a currency against major crises. It is, therefore, slowly time to build up anticyclical positions.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on July 13th, 2022 | 14:35 CEST

Barrick Gold, Desert Gold, First Majestic Silver - Is it worth buying precious metals shares now?

  • Silver
  • Gold

Recently, the prices of precious metals went under the wheels, bringing back memories of the financial crash in 2008. Back then, the stock markets were also in a bear market and precious metals were considered a safe haven. But both gold and silver were sold off at that time. Subsequently, both precious metals rallied by almost 200% in gold and 500% in silver. The question is whether we have already found the bottom? The dollar's strength increases the price of commodities because the ounce is traded in USD. Add to that weak demand from China due to the zero-covid policy and rising interest rates. Today we look at three companies that own precious metals.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on July 4th, 2022 | 12:25 CEST

Attention, turnaround! Lufthansa, TUI, Desert Gold, Deutsche Bank: These stocks are taking off again!

  • Gold
  • Tourism
  • Investments

From several perspectives, the ongoing crisis is a mammoth task for asset managers and private investors. First, after the long uptrend and the absolute boom valuation of growth stocks from 2015 to 2022, no one knows when a sufficiently high discount has been reached to re-enter. Some stocks, such as Plug Power, are very forward-looking and dependent on government contracts. Here there have already been sales valuations of a factor of 200. So is a P/S ratio of currently 12 after an almost 80% share price loss cheap or still hopelessly overpriced? We do not know because the ongoing war sets new market parameters daily. The major indices will therefore continue to search for a valuation basis in a very volatile manner. We pick out a few selected opportunities.

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Commented by Nico Popp on June 28th, 2022 | 11:47 CEST

What comes after inflation: BYD, Desert Gold, Barrick Gold

  • Gold
  • Electromobility
  • Inflation

The course of time cannot be stopped. A resourceful investor should try to find something good in every development. That is particularly easy with green trends such as renewable energy and e-mobility. But even the current crisis holds long-term potential. Below, we outline what that potential is and how investors can position themselves right now.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on June 23rd, 2022 | 10:14 CEST

ThyssenKrupp, Desert Gold, Bayer - Waiting for the turnaround

  • Gold

After a strong start to the week for the DAX and a high of 13,444 points, the leading German index ran out of steam. Due to increasing fears of a recession and concerns about continued enormously high inflation rates, the stock market barometer again fell below the psychologically important mark of 13,000 points. The speech of the head of the US Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell, should therefore be enormously important for the further course and provide for volatile markets. A decision is also likely to be made soon on the gold market based on the strategy of the monetary guardians.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on June 8th, 2022 | 10:45 CEST

BP, Desert Gold, Livent - Gold stocks from different sectors

  • Gold
  • Oil
  • Lithium
  • Mining

Why are BP and Livent gold stocks, some readers may ask? The answer is simple, because the gold term is being used for more and more commodities, especially as prices have skyrocketed. Such is the case with oil, the black gold, and lithium, the white gold. "Real" gold, on the other hand, has fallen back to the USD 1850 range after its breakout with the onset of the Ukraine crisis. So which gold should you put your money in now? We take a look at one Company from each sector.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on June 2nd, 2022 | 14:36 CEST

Gold comes back: B2Gold, Desert Gold, Barrick Gold - The year of acquisitions!

  • Gold
  • Mail
  • DesertGold
  • B2Gold
  • ECB

The ever-increasing inflation is on everyone's lips. A stick of butter, for example, has risen in price from an average of EUR 1.30 in 2020 to now EUR 2.60. A blatant example of 100% inflation within just two years. Typically, prices rise in a market economy when there is more demand than supply. There can be two reasons for this. Either demand increases faster than supply or supply decreases more than demand. This can be the result of production stoppages, for example. Wars or catastrophes are often responsible for this. However, inflation can also set in when central banks excessively increase the money supply, which was the case between 2008 and 2022. In the past, precious metals were always well suited to compensate for losses in purchasing power and moved upwards in line with the money supply. This process could now begin.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 30th, 2022 | 11:57 CEST

Turnaround stocks: Amazon, TUI, Desert Gold, Deutsche Bank - Easily 100% in it!

  • PreciousMetals
  • Gold
  • Investments

Fearing Western expropriation, the Russian oligarchs are trying to bring their belongings to safety. Since the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine, they have lost access to their luxury yachts, real estate and other assets with a total value of about EUR 10 billion. A good 2.3 billion of this comes from the EU's securing of the ostentatious ships owned by oligarchs close to the Kremlin. In order to locate the valuable goods for insurance purposes, all vessels over 300 gross tons would have to be equipped with a GPS tracker. These systems are now being uninstalled one after the other, as the owners hope to save their ships undetected in friendly waters. Meanwhile, asset shifts in the capital markets continue briskly, with Bitcoin weak, bonds beginning to stabilize, and stocks testing the first countermovement. Gold is also looking good technically. We go in search of prime turnaround opportunities.

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