Gold - The epitome of value par excellence

Gold - The epitome of value par excellence
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Whether it's Ocean Eleven or Robin Hood, spectacular thefts are always of interest, especially when gold is involved.

Recently, the case of an Osram employee became known who enriched himself over several years with company property, resulting in the theft of 67 kilograms of gold. The employee had collected fine gold chips and thus stolen a value of 2.3 million euros at the time of the crime. The company Osram explained that gold chips were produced during the production of LED chips. These would mainly be used for interior lighting in the automotive sector. Normally, the gold chips would be recycled.

Modern vehicles are increasingly equipped with technology. Gold is used in control electronics (starter, automatic start-stop, engine and transmission control), as well as in catalytic converters. Other gold is found in sensors and windscreen wipers, for example. On average, every car contains one to two grams of gold. When a vehicle is scrapped, the gold it contains normally ends up in the scrap press. But today it is already possible to remove and recycle the control units before they are scrapped. A sensible thing to do.

Sometimes thieves get hold of gold by chance, as they did in London in 1983. At Heathrow Airport, robbers accidentally found several tons of gold in the safe, which they took. If you want to bet on gold, you can do so in a relatively simple way by investing in gold companies.

Here there would be CanaGold - -. The well-financed company has recently discovered up to 30 grams of gold per ton of rock at its New Polaris gold project in British Columbia. Other projects are still in the portfolio.

Gold Terra Resource - - has also achieved very good drill results at its Yellowknife City gold project in the Northwest Territories in Canada.

Current corporate information and press releases from Gold Terra Resource (- -).

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