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Will Silver Prices Glitter Again in Near Future?

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From January this year silver prices were rising with a steep curve and were expected to continue to do so for a longer time or at least keep on rising. But post-July 2016, the prices of white metal have experienced tremendous volatility. Continue reading

The Largest Silver Coin in The World – 1,750 oz Silver Elephant Coin

The largest silver coin in the world is minted by the Leipziger Edelmetallverarbeitung GmbH in co-operation with Geiger Edelmetalle GmbH. This has a limited mintage of only 15 coins with Serial numbers from 001 to 015. Continue reading

Changing Facet of the Precious Metal – Silver Usage

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Silver a precious metal also called as the white metal has been known from the early days of evolution of human being. The well-known usage of silver was mainly for jewellery and as currency in the form of coins, ingots, and bars in the early days. But in the industrial age, this has changed and the primary usage of this precious metal is in industries now. Continue reading

Record Physical Silver Deficit Expected Globally In the Year 2016

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With the rising demand of the precious metal silver in the industry and the fall in the silver mining will lead to approximately 1,005 metric tons (mt) deficit in the year 2016, which was 793 mt in the year 2015. Continue reading

Silver A Trusted Metal for Investment and also a Form of Money

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Silver the whitest, most malleable and most conductive metal known. Silver has had a variety of uses in history. It has been always a form of money and used widely in jewellery. Continue reading

Silver Prices Around The World Are Changing Mining Operations

The silver investment that most people make has been pretty stable, but people are getting concerned that they are not going to get the same returns they did at one time. Continue reading

A New Volcano Coin with Mt Vesuvius’ Lava

Following the Erta Ale volcano of Ethiopia, the Mint of Poland has issued two-ounce silver coins. This is the second release during the ongoing volcano series of silver investment. The coin features an inlay of the actual lava oozing from Mount Vesuvius. Continue reading

Why Invest in Silver: Demonetization Theory

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Overview

Since the 17th century, most world powers started using paper currency as the dominant form of the financial transaction. As the world’s superpower, the United Kingdom was the first country to rule in favour of paper money as a practical form of trade as opposed to the gold. Other countries such as Germany and the United States followed in the 1870s. Continue reading