Friday , 17 November 2017


5 of the Best Reasons to Own Both Physical Gold & Their Miners – Especially Now

This is Part 4 of an excellent 5-part series of infographics (links to the previous 3 are provided below) on various aspects of gold.

The infographic* below, originally entitled Five Reasons To Own Gold – Presented By: Goldcorp, is by VisualCapitalist.com.

Five Reasons To Own Gold

*http://www.visualcapitalist.com/gold-series-five-reasons-to-own-gold-part-4-5/ (Copyright © 2014 Visual Capitalist | All rights reserved. Subscribe here – I’s FREE!)

Additional Infographics on Gold:

1. Part 1: Gold Is the Most Sought After Metal On Earth – Here’s Why

This infographic, part one in our 2014 Gold Series, introduces the yellow metal and tells the story of how it became the most sought after metal on earth. Read More »

2. Part 2: Where On Earth Is the World’s Gold?

Within the planet’s crust, there is only 1 gram of gold for every 250 tonnes (550,000 lbs) of earth. Gold’s rarity means that finding economic deposits is extremely difficult. To understand how gold mining and supply work, we must first unearth how gold deposits form. This infographic, part two in our 2014 Gold Series, covers the full supply picture behind the yellow metal. Read More »

3. Part 3: Gold Demand In China & India – What Does the Future Hold?

Lifted by a continued surge in Asian gold sales, consumer demand for gold reached an all-time high in 2013 at 3,893 tonnes. Amazingly, 54% of this demand came from two places: India and China. However, it is only recently that the East has dominated global demand for the yellow metal. In this infographic, we look at India and China specifically to see why demand keeps expanding in the East. Read More »

4. The Bears & Bulls Debate: “What’s Next For Gold?”

How should investors approach sub $1,300 gold? The Bull and the Bear case is presented here as analysts each take a side and answer five questions. Read More »

5. An Analysis of the World’s Top 50 Gold Producing Mines

How rare is gold? Where are the world’s gold reserves located? What is the cost of mining gold? Which continent is the most economic at mining gold? What is the future of mining gold? This infographic has the answers. Read More »

6. An Infographic on the History of Gold and What Makes It So Great

Wars have been fought over gold, love has been expressed by it an gold has changed the landscape of civilizations and the world – but what makes gold so great? This infographic examines the history of gold from ancient history to the gold rushes of the centuries ago. It looks at its properties and how it became not only a currency, but the gold standard.

7. An Infographic on Gold Mining & Supply

From ancient times to the famous gold rushes, gold was first discovered in placer deposits….Today, however, most gold comes from hard rock deposits where gold is disseminated or associated with other metals and mined either through open pit or underground mining. This infographic tells (shows) you everything you need to know about gold mining and its supply from around the world.

8. China’s Role in the Future of Gold

In this infographic we look at how gold growth in China will impact the future of the precious metal. In Q4 of 2011 and continuing into 2012, China has bought more gold overall than even India and will continue to play an important role in consumption.

9. Gold: Why It Makes the Ideal Alternative Pricing Mechanism – An Infographic

Measuring market data using fiat currencies can be misleading. Even though an asset may rise in dollars, it may be because of declining currency value rather than true economic process.  With central banks devaluing currency at record rates, gold’s steady purchasing power makes it an ideal alternative pricing mechanism. Read More »

10. Dumpster Diving for Gold – An Infographic on “Urban Mining”

Most of us just throw away gold without knowing it. Here’s an interesting infographic…that shows how much gold is in our garbage. Read More »

11. This Infographic on Gold Shows/Tells It All

The Gold Tree Infographic below visualizes above-ground stock, sources and uses of gold and pictures the different forms of gold investments – ranging from physical gold in the form of bullion gold to securities not backed by gold.

12. Vaulted Gold: What Is It and How Does It Compare With Other Gold Investments?

The infographic below on vaulted gold explains what vaulted gold is and visualizes key facts relating to investments in gold that is stored on behalf of investors in high-security vaults.

13.  Why Is There Such An Interest In Gold?

Is gold a commodity or currency? How does it behave as an investment? What are the fundamentals of investing in gold? What are the different ways investors can get exposure to gold in their portfolios? The answers to these questions and many others are answered in this latest infographic from Visual Capitalist

 

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  1. Great charts worth studying.