Why Invest in Gold

Historically, Gold has been considered as a great store of wealth. It is used to hedge against currency fluctuation in more volatile economies and during market uncertainty.

For example: The Ad Duwayhi gold mine in Saudi Arabia has begun commercial production, Saudi Arabian Mining Co. (Ma’aden) (TADAWUL:1211) said on Sunday.
The mine will produce an estimated 180,000 ounces per year, with output reaching full capacity by the end of this year, said Ma’aden, Saudi Arabia’s largest mining group.

In a statement, the company said the mine in western Saudi Arabia had 1.9 million ounces in reserves, as of December 31.

The open-pit operation includes a conventional gold extraction process plant with crushing and milling facilities, gravity concentration and smelting facilities to produce gold doré on site, before transport to Jeddah. In a separate press release, Ma’aden also said the Jabel Sayed copper mine has delayed commercial production beyond the first quarter,

“to allow for final mechanical testing to be completed.”

Ma’aden formed a joint venture in 2014 with Barrick Gold (NYSE, TSX:ABX) in a deal that saw the Saudi firm acquire 50% of Barrick’s Jabal Sayed for $210 million.

Toronto-based Barrick gained the Jabal Sayed project when it acquired copper miner Equinox in 2011 for US$6.8 billion Most of the construction at the asset had been complete for a while, but output was delayed over permit problems related to safety issues and legacy matters over mining licenses.

Making Smart Investments

Global Gold & Silver LTD is a British corporation with a track record for identifying good investment opportunities in the international gold and silver market and monitoring the market for new secure investments. We aim to achieve maximum returns on investments by investing in mines with good prospects and buying and selling at the right time and price.

Global Gold & Silver LTD is registered in England and Wales as a Limited Company: No 9977472 with LEI: 213800QBHT3Z4M71H918

Gold Facts and Figures

Amount of Gold in history that came from South Africa 40%
Jewellery accounts for 60% of Worlds Gold Demand 60%
World Gold Bars and Coins Investment 63%
The Royal Canadian Mint unveiled a 220-pound Gold Coin 99.99%

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