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
Silver, precious metal and also very much valued in the industries due to its peculiar properties. Silver is also having high demand among investors due to very high fluctuations in the world economy. Continue reading
Since 2005, precious metals like silver coins have become a major investment. In 2008, the increase in silver investments has significantly skyrocketed. Silver investments have more than doubled the number of silver EFT funds. Continue reading
A while ago, silver prices were slowly surging in an undetected manner. However, its counterpart, gold, outshone the white metal regardless of its better performance and huge profits. Continue reading
The rising prices on silver have been attributed to India’s renewed interest in the white metal. In the third quarter of 2012, silver prices rose 25% thanks to increased volatility and healthy returns on silver ETFs. This change in behaviour has subsequently attracted investors who have typically favoured gold investments, including gold’s own country – India. Continue reading
On 22nd June 2012, the prices on silver in the United States dropped 3.1 percent to $26.72 per ounce influencing the daily precious metals index. Silver prices in India fell 1.7 percent to INR 52, 972($940) per kilogram.
Evaluating the reports of 5 years, it’s expected that the prices on silver will increase up to 300 percent. According to the latest report, silver prices are assumed to be jumping at 33.75 an ounce. Continue reading