Predictable Death of Cheap Silver

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Published on March 8, 2014

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Predictable Death of Cheap Silver Precious metals have been mined for thousands of years —5,000 for silver to be exact. Init ially used as currency and later in the fashioning of jewelry, silverware and the like, silver has evolved far beyond the ancient and industrial age. During the past two generations, major government stockpiles of silver have been sold to industry for use in a host of industrial and commercial applications. You might even have dental fillings of silver mixed with mercury inside your mouth! Until recently, silver has been acquired rather cheaply—$21.19 per ounce as of yesterday’s (Feb. 28, 2014) closing—but could the ‘Death of Cheap Silver’ be on the horizon? Silver Prices Rise in Good & Bad Economies The price of silver is not dependent upon the state of the economy. Here’s why: Strong economic conditions boost industrial demand for silver while at the same t ime depleting silver inventories... causing the price to rise. This same marketforce principle happens in a weak economy, because only 35% of silver supply comes fro m pure silver mines. The rest is a byproduct produced during gold, copper, zinc, and lead mining. Weak economic conditions cause many base metal p roducers to slow production, which in turn causes the world silver supply to decrease... and, again, the price rises. This makes silver an attractive investment in both good and bad economic times. Furthermore, many investors overlook (or are unaware of) the simp le fact that silver is much rarer than gold. Although gold trades (on average) at more than 50 t imes the price of silver, gold is 200 t imes more availab le than silver in terms of dollar value. During the third quarter o f 2013, silver min ing costs averaged $21.39 per ounce, wh ich is still above the price of silver now. These facts make it is easy to see how and why silver deficits run between 50 and 100 million ounces per year. Logically, the only way to bring the silver supply -demand dilemma into balance is through higher prices. Enter the Forex Trader: A commodity’s market price reflects interaction between supply and demand, and we now understand that silver supply is rapidly in decline. Based on preliminary pro jections, of the estimated 15 years of silver supply left on the planet, only between 8 and 17 years remain for economically feasible silver ext raction. It should also be noted that, as a by-product, silver production could not be increased without substantial overproduction of other minerals. Th is means that all roads presently lead to silver scarcity, and if all things remain constant, expert consensus predicts an exponential spike in silver prices as soon 2020or even sooner. What’s in your portfolio? Does it have a ‘silver lin ing?’ Industrial users will soon begin to feel the pinch of longer delivery times, and when this happens, silver prices will inevitably and predictably rise. CandleFOREX MetaTrader Programming

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