November 13, 2007 Economy Report
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2007-11-14 14:26:26 GMT
Investors move into gold to protect investments as US Dollar spirals.
Hemisphere Gold (HPGI) $1.00
Banks and investors are holding on to gold reserves as the US dollar
continues to drop. Gold prices continue to rise and have now broken $800
per ounce; a price w did not expect to see till later next year.
Over 50 million ounces have already been extracted from large deposits
in the Gold belt in Suriname. This small country is now becoming one of
the largest suppliers of gold in the market.
A Junior Mining and exploration group, Hemisphere Gold, has a 72,000
hectare property that, following advanced exploration, has already shown
rich gold deposits right in the middle of the largest mines in Suriname.
Important Points To Remember
1. Up over two hundred an ounce since January, gold is on a steady climb
2. The Asian demand for gold has been increasing exponentially in their
high growth economy, yet the market is not able to meet the demand.
3. Hemisphere's level of expertise in geology and financial management
gives it a clear edge in this current market.
4. HPGI is Playing The Gold Belt HPGI's 72,000 Hectare property sits in
the middle of two major gold deposits, one of which is already producing.
5. Gold has continued to be a strong foundation for financial security