Broadway

Complete News World

Gold from Australia | Investing.com

Gold hunting in Australia is one of the biggest in history. It is still in Australia today.

It started in New South Wales and continues to this day. During that time, the gold rush changed a lot, and some gold diggers settled there. At the beginning of the gold hunt in Australia, most of the gold was discovered in 1851 in Victoria. Melbourne grew into a growing city. It was all like the California Gold Rush. After the discovery of the first gold nugget on January 24, 1848, thousands of people searched for the precious metal from 1848 to 1854. Then hundreds of thousands came to California, so San Francisco grew enormously.

But life was not easy, only a few became really rich, and there were fires, pests and cholera epidemics. The era of gold miners since 1854 is over and the gold mine is now industrially operated. Gold represents precious and valuable things. Many wanted to find wealth in the land. Gold is still a sustainable investment today. China currently produces the most gold, followed by Australia, Russia and the United States. Canada, Ghana, Mexico, South Africa, Uzbekistan and Indonesia follow.

Today it is one of the gold producing companies in Western Australia Corora Resources (TSX 🙂. These are the Beta Hunt Mine, the Higginsville Gold Properties and the Sparkgos Gold Mine, all about 60 kilometers from Calcutta and located in the prosperous Norseman-Vilna Greenstone Belt. Gold was first discovered in the area in 1896. Incidentally, the flow of gold in the Glondike River and the Yukon River in Canada is well known.

Around today in Canada Fury Gold Mines (NYSE 🙂. The company has high quality and future plans in British Columbia, Nunavut and Quebec.

இண34 I would like to point out that in accordance with WpHG, shareholders, faculty and staff may hold shares in the specified companies and there may be conflicts of interest. German translation is not guaranteed. Only the English version of this message applies.

Disclaimer: The information provided does not contain any suggestions or suggestions. We explicitly point out the risks involved in bond trading. We accept no responsibility for any damages caused by the use of this blog. I would like to point out that stocks and warrant investments in particular are always associated with risk. The total loss of capital invested cannot be ruled out. All information and sources are carefully researched. However, there is no guarantee of the correctness of all content. Despite the greater concern, I have explicitly reserved the right to make mistakes, especially with regard to statistics and prices. The information in it comes from sources that are considered reliable, but do not say whether they are accurate or complete. Due to court rulings, responsibility for the content of the attached external sites (including Hamburg District Court, May 12, 1998 – Judgment 312 O 85/98) will be shared. I do not accept any responsibility for the content of the attached external sites, despite careful content control. Only their respective operators are responsible for their content. The denial of the Swiss Resource Capital AG also applies: https://www.resource-capital.ch/de/disclaimer-agb/.