Silver

Silver is a precious metal that is the best conductor of electricity known to man. Silver, for thousands of years, was used a currency, even before gold. Currently, there are numerous new uses for silver being found in biotechnology, solar energy and in technology in general.

Depressed Silver Prices Presenting Bigger Opportunity Than Gold?

By Friday, February 20, 2015

Silver Prices Presenting Bigger Opportunity Than GoldAs prices for silver and gold started falling in 2013, my prediction was that lower prices for the precious metals would cause miners to cut back on the exploration and development of new mines, eventually stunting supply. And that is exactly what has happened. In the case of silver, the cutback on supply has been significant.
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Silver Prices to Outperform Gold in 2015

By Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Five Reasons Why Silver Looks So AttractiveI know it’s a bold prediction: silver prices are going to surprise investors and provide them with better returns than gold bullion. I say this because both the fundamental and the technical pictures for silver continue to improve.Read More
Demand and Supply
The supply of silver produced continues to dwindle, while demand for the metal is r

Prices of Gold/Silver Companies to Double from Here?

By Monday, November 10, 2014

Prices of Gold and Silver Companies to DoubleSilver is down 70% from its high of $48.70 an ounce back in April of 2011. And the calls from the mainstream are for silver prices to fall farther, as the Federal Reserve has stopped printing paper money and inflation is nowhere in sight. I beg to differ.
As the price of one ounce of silver reaches a four-year low, investors are running to bu… Read More

A Rational Look at Silver

By Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Rational Look at SilverAs silver prices started to decline last year, silver mining companies halted projects where costs were too high in relation to the new reality of silver prices.
According to a report produced for the Silver Institute and created by Thomson Reuters GFMS, in 2013, the silver supply fell to 985.1 million ounces, down from 1,005.3 milli… Read More

The Question Everyone Is Asking This Morning

By Friday, August 1, 2014

Stocks Turn Negative for 2014; Likely to Get WorseYesterday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 317 points, while the NASDAQ Composite Index fell 93 points—respective losses of about two percent per index. This morning, stock market futures are down again.
As a reader of Profit Confidential… Read More, this “rout” we are now in should come as no surprise. I have been writing for mont

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