Gold producer in Mexico and gold investment advantages? Gold has historically been an excellent hedge against inflation, because its price tends to rise when the cost of living increases. Over the past 50 years investors have seen gold prices soar and the stock market plunge during high-inflation years. This is because when fiat currency loses its purchasing power to inflation, gold tends to be priced in those currency units and thus tends to arise along with everything else. Moreover, gold is seen as a good store of value so people may be encouraged to buy gold when they believe that their local currency is losing value.
Storing physical gold has the same security threats as any cash in our house. It is equally vulnerable to theft as anything else in our house and thus, the investors have to be more cautious for their assets when investing into gold. although going for some other form of gold investment like gold ETF or fund of fund is a better way to go but this way too, you are not totally secure, you are vulnerable to internet security attacks but the difference here is that this security is threat is equally likely to happen to anyone or even everyone and even other investments too like mutual funds etc.
Starcore International Mines Ltd. has a 100% interest in the Ajax Property (“the property”). The property, approximately 1,718 hectares in size, hosts the Ajax Porphyry Molybdenum Deposit. The property is located on the eastern flank of Mount McGuire, 60 km south of Stewart, B.C., 15 km northeast of Alice Arm. Alice Arm, a summer hamlet, is located on the north side of the east arm of Observatory Inlet. Kitsault, a semi-abandoned townsite located on the south side of the arm is on the B.C. Power Grid. There is good road access between Kitsault and Terrace 100 km to the south. In the 1960’s, there was a tote road from Alice Arm to the property that is no longer usable. Access is presently by helicopter. See more info at gold in Mexico.
We have assembled a strategic blend of experienced professionals and seasoned veterans in fields such as: Corporate Finance, International Law, Engineering and Geology. Collectively, Starcore’s management brings over 100 years of experience to the business of mineral exploration and development. We advocate making business decisions based on constructive dialogue between management and directors and we view dialogue as the key to building long-term sustainable growth for our investors. In addition Starcore’s management is keen on: Developing constructive relationships with both private and public groups to accelerate meeting core business objectives; Focusing on the fundamental aspects of the company to build a strong platform for growth.
Starcore International Mining and El Creston Property development news: In February 2015, Starcore International Mining, through its acquisition of Creston Moly Corp, acquired a 100% interest in the El Creston Property. The El Creston Property hosts a 5.5 km long x up to 1.5km wide trend of hydrothermal alteration in which several zones of molybdenum +/- copper +/- silver mineralization occur. At the El Creston Main/Red Hill Zone a significant resource of molybdenum and copper has been outlined. In addition, there are five other zones, Alejandra, A-37, Red Hill West, Red Hill Deep and the West Copper with potential to host significant resources of molybdenum and/or copper. Read additional details at this website.