USES OF SILVER
- Solar Energy
- Water Purification
- Medical (nano-tech)
Breakdown of industrial demand by product, via BullionVault.com:
- Cell phones used 404.35 tonnes of silver;
- Computers consumed 684.29 tonnes;
- Thick film PV consumed 1,461.90 tonnes;
- Automobiles which used 1,119.75 tonnes;
- Electrical and electronics demand for silver reached an all-time high of 7,555.21 tonnes;
- Solar power demand in 2011 is expected to reach 2,177.29 tonnes, up 40% from 2010;
- RFID tags in 2010 reached between 31 and 62 tonnes with a long way to go before reaching full market;
- Water purification used 62 tonnes, and is set to grow to 74.65 tonnes;
- Medical applications may grow strongly to reach 93.3 tonnes by 2015;
- The use of nano-silver in goods packaging and hygiene combined would consume 124.4 tonnes of silver over the next five years.
The first three usage will Quadruple in the next 10 years.
- World Siver demand in 2008 - Industrial applications (53.7%), Jewelry (19.0%), Photography (12.6%), Coins & Medals (7.8%) and Silverware (6.9%)
- Global Silver Physical Stock available is only 30,000 tons (equivalent to 1/5 of gold physical stock) SILVER STOCK IS EXPECTED TO BE DEPLETED WITHIN 8 YEARS!!
WHY BUY SILVER BULLION BAR?
- Industrial Demand + Investment Demand -> Acute shortage of Silver
- Value of Silver increases faster than other precious metals (An increase of 280% in 8 years)
- Provide highest return on investment
- Minimal risk - silver as a tangible assets & not worthless
- More stable than the daily fluctuations of stock market
- Symbol of power & monetary coinage (as a preserve of currency)
- To hedge hyper inflation
COUNTRIES IN FINANCIAL CURRENCY CRISIS
- North Korea
- Germany - in 1923
- Paper money are 'manmade'. It can be created by simply running a printing pressor just with a stroke of a computer keyboard!
- This will lead to abuse and misuse. The government simply can print more money and this will make its value slowly become less valuable. That is why it is not wise to store your wealth in the form of paper money. You are getting poorer!
- We called it hyperinflation.
WHO BUYS SILVER BAR/BULLION?
- Jim Rogers
- Warren Buffett
- Bill Gates
- John Paulson
- Marc Faber
- Mark Mobius
- Paul Tudor Jones
HOW TO BUY SILVER BAR?
- Public Fine Gold International Sdn Bhd (Public Gold)sells silver bars.
- I am Authorised Dealer for Public Gold (Dina Talib A0882)
- Live prices can be sighted at http://www.dinatalib.blogspot.com/. Example to the silver price today is
- To buy, you can PM me at Facebook and together we can lock the silver price. Otherwise, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please be reminded that investment for silver is medium to long term investment. Timeline is at least 5 years.
Additional article by Wealth Daily on silver updated on 9th March, 2011Original source
Gold has received all the accolades and nearly all the ink ever since. Most "hard money" advocates will talk about gold as money for hours, as if it were religion. Lowly silver gets little or no time at all...
But don’t shy away from silver. Gold always moves first in a precious metals bull market because it is seen more as money, yet silver posts better percentage returns nearly every time there is a sustained rally in gold. So why do people still ignore silver, especially as it is priced so reasonably compared to gold right now?
There are five reasons that I see:
■ The 1873 demonetization of silver occurred roughly 100 years prior to the official end of the gold standard. Investors have short memories. So when they think of metal-backed currency, they think of the modern era’s more recent experiences with gold, despite silver’s richer monetary history.
■ Silver is known as an industrial metal, while gold is considered an alternative to currency, an inflation hedge, and a legitimate investment tool even by those not necessarily in the "hard money" camp. Yet silver functions often as a better inflation hedge alternative currency as well, even though few investors believe it.
■ Even though there is far more silver on earth than gold, the silver market is much smaller than the gold market. This makes transactions much more visible and the market more susceptible to large fluctuations. (Note: There is approximately 17.5 times more silver than gold in the world; coincidently, this is very close to the 16 to 1 monetary ratio of silver to gold that existed for thousands of years.)
■ The discovery of the great Comstock Lode in 1859 caused the great decline in silver as a monetary metal. The supply of silver gushing out of Nevada simply overwhelmed its monetary usefulness with the result that silver became viewed as an unreliable standard for paper currency.
■ As industrial economies of the world grew and photography was invented, a growing demand for silver began emerging for uses in these new areas. This industrial demand conflicted with silver’s monetary demand, which also caused volatility to silver’s purchasing power.
Why not buy silver now?