Friday, December 31, 2010

The collapse of price fixing will keep silver prices rising


Reliable market estimates suggest that there around two billion ounces of gold held above ground in bullion, and only one billion ounces of silver.

Over time there has been far more silver mined than gold, say around 45 billion ounces, but it has almost all been consumed by industry. Much more of the five million ounces of gold mined by mankind remains.


At current prices then the total silver market is worth $30.6 billion and gold $2.8 trillion. Any investor ought to spot the undervaluation there. That is what happens when a commodity trades at a lower price than three decades on

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