Why Silver?

#1 Silver is Real Money

Physical silver is a store of value, just like gold, Silver has…

No counterparty risk. If you hold physical silver, you do not need another party to make good on a contract or promise Owning some physical silver provides you with a real asset that has served as money for literally thousands of years.

#2 Physical Silver is a Hard Asset

Of all the investments you own, how many can you hold in your hand?

In a world of paper profits, digital trading, and currency creation, physical silver stands in contrast as one of few assets that you can carry in your pocket anywhere you go, even another country. And it can be as private and confidential as you want. 

#3 Silver is Cheap

What if I said you could buy a hard asset at 1/70th the price of gold—and it would protect you just as well against crisis?

That is what you get with silver! It is much more affordable for the average investor, and yet as a precious metal will help maintain your standard of living as good as gold.

If you cannot afford to buy a full ounce of gold, silver can be your ticket to holding some precious metals.

This is also true for gift-giving. Do not want to spend over a $1,000 on a present but would like to give a hard asset? Silver just made it more affordable. 

#4 Industrial Use is Growing

Believe it or not, you do not go one day without using a product that contains silver.

It is used in nearly every major industry, from electronics and medical applications to batteries and solar panels. Silver is everywhere, whether you see it or not. 

#5 World Demand is Growing

Global demand for silver is growing. Virtually all major government mints have seen record levels of sales, with most already operating at peak production.

Surging demand is nowhere more evident than China and India. These two behemoth markets have long histories of cultural affinity toward precious metals. And with their populations growing (the opposite of what is happening in the West), their tremendous appetite will continue.

Here is a couple good examples… check out the growth in silver demand in China (for all uses):
And look at the growth of silver jewelry in India:
This kind of demand does not happen in a vacuum. Sooner or later there will be consequences when surging demand meets crimped supply—and those consequences are all positive if you own the metal.