Guinea Gold Stock Exchange offers different capital raising solutions
Serificates of Gold Deposit
For all its shortcomings, gold shines when the outlook for other assets looks bleak. Proponents of gold argue that owning the metal is a relatively inexpensive insurance policy.
If you decide you really want to own it, gold presents another quandary: How should you own it? Here too experts don’t all agree. The purest way to own gold is via bars or coins, but dealers charge a premium, the price isn’t always tied to gold’s market value, and there’s also the issue of storage. If you pay a third party to hold the coins for you, there are added fees. If you store your gold in a safe at home, you face additional risks.
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Bonds and stocks are both securities, but the major difference between the two is that (capital) stockholders have an equity stake in a company (that is, they are owners), whereas bondholders have a creditor stake in the company (that is, they are lenders). Being a creditor, bondholders have priority over stockholders. This means they will be repaid in advance of stockholders, but will rank behind secured creditors, in the event of bankruptcy. Another difference is that bonds usually have a defined term, or maturity, after which the bond is redeemed, whereas stocks typically remain outstanding indefinitely.
The borrowing organization promises to pay the bond back at an agreed-upon date. Until then, the borrower makes agreed-upon interest payments to the bondholder. People hold own bonds are also called creditors or debtholders. In the old days, when people kept paper bonds, they would redeem the interest payments by clipping coupons. Today, this is all done electronically.
Of course, the debtor repays the principal, called the face value, when the bond matures.
Most bondholders resell them before they mature at the end of the loan period. That’s because there is a secondary market for bonds. Bonds are either publicly traded on exchanges or sold privately between a broker and the creditor. Since they can be resold, the value of a bond rises and falls until it matures.
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GG Trust Units
A trust is established for (usually) un-related parties with a payment of an amount, called “initial sum” by the initial unit holders to the trustee to be held in trust in accordance with the deed for the benefit of the unit holders.
A unit trust is a trust where the rights of the beneficiaries (unit holders) to income and capital are fixed. This is in the sense that they are not subject to any discretions on the part of a trustee, and are unitized, in the sense that those rights are divided amongst the beneficiaries based on how many units have been issued to them.
A unit trust is where the unit holders, who are all predominantly un-related members of two or more separate families getting together to hold an asset together (usually a large property or shareholding) or run a business together. The trustee has no discretion on which unit holder gets which distribution portion of income or capital of the trust. All income and capital is distributed according to unit holding.
In a unit trust all units have the same rights to income and capital distribution and voting rights in a meeting.
Guinea Gold Shares
It is profitable to mine gold in Guinea, because through the territory of Guinea lies the so-called gold ore belt of Falem. It runs from northwest Africa to the southeast and includes rich gold deposits. The main gold deposits in Guinea are located in the north-east of the country.
The main gold mining in the country was started in the 80s. The volume of gold mined is small relative to other countries, but there area huge reserves of gold.
Today Guinea gives from 8 to 11% of world gold production. Very low tax of 3% and good investment climate in the country.
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