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The Advantages of Strategic Metalls
Why add strategic commodities to the portfolio?
The physical purchase of strategic raw materials can have several reasons and offer several advantages. Three are central to the potential of strategic commodities as an alternative investment:
Extreme price increases can, for contextual reasons, act as an inflationary adjustment. However, they also simply mean that there is a chance of significant profits.
At TRADIUM, private customers buy raw materials in the same way as industrial customers: as physical goods. The raw materials have material value and are thus less susceptible to crises.
The price of commodities is regulated by supply and demand. These alternative investments pragmatically offer independence from stock exchanges and banks.
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for the purchase of strategic metals
Demand for high-tech products is rising. Globally, people are buying more and more end devices per person.
Even more, climate change and legislative changes are leading to growing interest in green solutions. E-mobility, wind energy and solar energy require strategic metals, especially rare earths.
Industries need strategic metals. But they are often dependent on the production of other materials and difficult to separate.
Strategic metals often occur as by-products in the production of other raw materials. They are therefore dependent on their production. They also have to be separated in a complex process. This makes their production extremely complicated and expensive, resulting in lower production volumes.
For example, gallium is a by-product of aluminum production. It is not economical to produce gallium if the resulting aluminum is not in demand. The availability of gallium therefore depends on and is limited by the demand for aluminum.
fragile supply chains
The availability of rare earths is massively dependent on China. Recycling is uneconomical for the foreseeable future.
At the same time, recycling strategic metals is complicated, expensive and thus currently uneconomical. In addition, this reduces the purity of the raw material, which makes it uninteresting or even irrelevant for industrial use.
= Chance of Profits for private commodity buyers
Managing Director Matthias Rüth (pictured) and Maximilian Vogler, Manager Private Customers, personally deal with questions and concerns from interested parties.
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