Which Type of Physical Silver is Best to Own?
With very little fanfare a new bull market in silver began a decade ago, driving the price of silver from $4.50 an ounce in 2003 to nearly $25 an ounce in 2013 - that's fivefold growth!
Over the last five years, Circulated Morgan Silver Dollars have risen 70% in price (from $19 to $32 each) while silver bullion has risen just 32%!
Silver's 2013 selling anomaly has absolutely nothing to do with this metal's fundamentals. In fact, smart money keeps their eyes on the basics, such as supply-demand. Silver is affordable and considered as "everyman's gold" worldwide.
Morgan Silver Dollars are the most popular silver coins ever minted in U.S. history. Morgan Dollars are an excellent inflation hedge which are highly sought after by coin collectors, traders and investors alike because of their beauty, history and liquidity.
Silver Rush 2013! Both silver and gold are easily storable and offer an alternative to a shaky, dollar-based financial system. Gold and silver can be stored at virtually no cost, which you can't say about most other tangible commodities.
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