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    Quote Originally Posted by motocat View Post
    I'm not knowledgeable of the details of this new process that will allow cheaper mining of platinum -- but if such methods could be used for platinum -- can't they also be used for gold? How much will this lower prices, vs allow more profit for the mining companies? Also remember -- there are far fewer platinum mines then gold mines, so I would assume the miners of platinum would have an easier time cooperating in reaching a base min. they will sell at?

    But no matter -- you can never know the basement levels exactly. Still think it's a good time to go into platinum -- especially for those with a steady supply of dry powder and gold ready to use should even better deals come up.

    And with platinum at these levels, one would think more industrial users of palladium would instead turn to and stock up on platinum, given it is almost as cheap, but less common, easier to store, and given other factors, and use as bullion and jewelry, more likely to rise higher?
    The process can be used for gold. This process has the potential to remove the middlemen, JM, BASF, Umicore, etc. More competition should lower prices. The details are here:
    https://www.researchgate.net/profile...blication_list

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    Hello, It's true that people sometimes use gold to diversify their investment portfolio: it can help hedge against inflation and economic uncertainty.
    Thank you

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    Hello, Trade a range of precious metals including gold, silver and platinum as a CFD alongside your trading strategy.
    Thank you

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