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Silver Bullion

Although Precious Metals can be part of a balanced portfolio, we understand this collectible precious metal isn’t for everyone. It may not suit those who prefer to see their collection confined purely to numbers on a page, or to paper within the pages of a portfolio display. Thrill-seekers may be disappointed to find that Silver prices don’t fluctuate as wildly as that of Gold price, however, Silver remains a more readily affordable commodity to ad to your collection.

Unlike traders of other buy-today-sell-tomorrow commodities, collectors of Gold, Silver and other precious metals have been more known, and more likely to pass down their collections to future generations within their family, thus adding a sentimental value to their collection as family heirloom. Precious Metals prices are perhaps the most important factor to consider when building your collection, whether for personal portfolio, or for a purchase worth passing on to family.

Silver has long been valued as a precious metal. More abundant than gold, silver metal has functioned in many premodern monetary systems as coinable specie, sometimes even alongside gold. Its purity is typically measured on a per-mille basis; a 94%-pure alloy is described as "0.940 fine". In addition, silver has numerous applications beyond being a very reliable, and sustainable global currency, such as it's use in solar panels, water filtration, jewelry and ornaments, high-value tableware and utensils (hence the term silverware), and also as it's monetary use in the forms of coins and bullion.

Silver is not only used in modern industry, but is also bought and accumulated for investment, and collectible purposes by many. Silver and other precious metals, such as gold and platinum, are considered a store of value. Silver has been used in, and as a currency for throughout history. Unlike paper currency that is issued by governments and central banks, silver is backed up by the physical metal itself — and it can be transacted anywhere in the world. In other words, it is a hard and tangible asset... This is what makes silver so attractive.

As economic uncertainty continues, "survivalists" are looking to commodities such as silver, as well as gold and copper bullion, to safeguard the value of their wealth as a possible currency of the future. As the value of Silver lies within the metal itself, it is highly sought after as a valuable metal, and currency for many obvious reasons.