Silver prices hitting $20 per ounce leave the market speculating how much silver will rise in 2016. Due to the overall economic scenario globally and especially after Brexit, silver has had double the percentage gain compared to gold. Continue reading →
The near future of precious metals such as silver and gold seems cloudy. Prices on these shiny metals are declining as a result of the dollar’s rally. The dollar went up high by 6% last month, and at the same time, gold fell by 11%.
Due to dim demand from stockists, both precious metals, gold and silver, continue to lose for the second consecutive session. Both the precious metals showed a run-down phase in the national capital. Continue reading →
Silver is not gaining momentum, surely not after crashing from $50 per ounce to $32-36 per ounce. Things are not hunky-dory for the commodity, but according to experts, investors should stop greying their hair over the volatility of silver as even today, the precious metal is a good investment due to its extensive use in the industrial arena. Continue reading →