Silver

For hundreds and thousands of years mankind has been fascinated by silver. From ancient Greece, and Rome to today’s United States and Canada, countless civilizations have minted silver coins.

Silver’s value is as legendary as its beauty. Silver was used as a medium of exchange as far back as 700 B.C., in ancient Mesopotamia. For millennia, silver has been used as money, even into the late 20th century.

Silver is not only beautiful, but it’s also malleable (easily worked), and ductile (easily drawn into filaments). Of all metals, silver is the most reflective and the most conductive (of both heat and electricity). Silver’s unique combination of characteristics is found in no other metal, and scientists have discovered innumerable uses for it in industry.

Today silver is also under heavy industrial demand, with only limited supply. This has created a unique situation, in which many advisors believe is extremely bullish for the metal.

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