Silver, above ground, is more rare than gold! There is seven times as much gold above ground as compared to silver!

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

WHY INVEST MONEY IN SILVER? The Best Investment of this decade

Silver rose from less than $ 1.50 per ounce in 1970 to nearly $ 50 in 1980, increased by about 2400%
Over 90% of all silver mined the past 5000 years is used up in manufacturing, and world silver inventory is now the lowest for 200 years. Meanwhile, demand for silver greater than ever.

Every year we need 100-200 million ounces more than recovered and recycled together. Essentially, the film / photo industry, electronics industry, jewelers, silver coins and Silver bullion / bars which accounts for the largest consumption of silver. This industry requires an average of 900 million ounces annually, while the supply is 750 million. Thus the world use more silver than it produced, a development that is taking place for the twentieth consecutive year. 70-80% of the silver being transferred to the market recovered today as a byproduct of copper, zinc, lead and gold mine operating earnings because of pure silver mines is minimal. This gives a clear signal that something must be done. Either the demand down, or you must supply up. The first is unthinkable, silver has become a consumable. If the supply up, obviously recovered more. And if it produced more, then silver price up to and at all clean extraction of silver attractive to mining companies.

Famous investor and billionaire Warren Buffett bought in 1997 the entire 130 million ounces of silver, the maximum number of ounces he was allowed to buy. A giant investment that attracted enormous attention. Perhaps not so surprising when you consider that the world's silver reserves reported today is about 170 million ounces. There are several familiar names who have shown their interest in silver. George Soros owns a large share of Apex Silver (SIL). Bill Gates owns more than 10% of Pan American Silver Corp. (PaaS). Major players in the financial world who have chosen to hedge some of their portfolio in silver. In China, the government sold from the quantity of their silver store the last 4 years (2005), but has had to make cutbacks after realizing that the country's rapidly growing economy will need more silver than they can produce themselves. The authorities are now stockpiling gold and silver, and has publicly gone out and asked residents to do the same: invest in real real values.

Data from the U.S. Mint confirms an increasing demand for silver. The sales of Silver Eagles doubled from an average of 4.5 million ounces of 90-years, to over 9 million oz. in 1999. Increase the time was not only a temporarily flickers, average sales for the past 9 years prior to 2008 have added about 9.5 million oz., Against the 19,583,500 oz. units sold last year.

The problem with cash is the value of the currency it has accumulated in. If you look back in time, "paper money" always ended up being worthless, and the current situation is no exception. Most of the world economy is built on numbers in the form of notes, stocks, derivatives and other so-called securities. We have a debt based monetary system that is based almost exclusively on ordinary people's borrowing needs, so-called "fractional banking." Banks' manipulation of the modern economy is an extensive chapter to themselves. .

Official figures from the U.S. for January 2009 shows that silver is underpriced for gold with a 1:77 ratio in relation to 1:15 has been the norm historically. As a long-term, defensive investing is silver, making a huge potential, and a quadrupling of today's silver price within a short time is not unthinkable.

World silver mine Production has increased shock through the past few years from about 600 million ounces in 2001 up to 670.6 million ounces in 2008, according to World Bank Silver Survey 2009

Silver is quite diverse. It is the industrial applications . On enabling out of this, if an area of ​​the market falls a candidate can theoretically prop up the price of silver.

Some Silver Application:

* Industry: batteries, soldering, electronics
* Precious Metals: Money, Jewelry,
* New Emerging Markets: solar, water pollution, Medicinal applications
Silver Shortage
GOLD is the money of the KINGS, SILVER is the money of the GENTLEMEN, BARTER is the money of the PEASANTS, but DEBT is the money of the SLAVES!!!