The gold we mine is used in memory chips found in phones and in many places in the standard desktop or laptop computer.
Global population growth, and the fact that the renewable energy sector needs a significant amount of minerals for their energy resources and products means there will be an even greater demand for mineral resources.
Since the dawn of man, gold has inspired dreams, art, and aspirations.
Gold-based pharmaceuticals and medical technologies are used in diagnostics and treatment of conditions and illnesses across the spectrum.
Computers dictate many of the essential functions of today’s cars and trucks, including monitoring emissions, managing engine temperature, and triggering anti-lock brake and air bag technology.
Though steeped in history, it’s gold’s vast modern uses that make it an enduring investment.
Practical and beautiful, silver tableware and serving pieces have are essential, cherished heirlooms across generations.
Valued for its electrical conductivity and catalytic properties, silver is an essential component of many manufacturing sectors.
Silver has been a precious metal since ancient times, but today its value goes far beyond currency and ornamental uses.
Gold is an essential part of the technologies that shape our lives and our future.
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