How to invest in the most in-demand precious metal on Earth - SILVER
Silver is in something of a sweet-spot right now: demand is rocketing and supply is plummeting.
Right now you have a window of opportunity. One we think you can and should exploit to the full.
Investor sentiment surrounding silver – and mining as a whole - is still very low. Over the last five years, coming out of the financial crisis, banks have been dumping silver and there has been a huge ETF sell-off.
It's a deeply unfashionable asset. And a seriously undervalued one.
That's what makes it such a great time to buy.
When the wider market wakes up to the fact that demand is fast outstripping supply, we see one clear outcome – a significant rise in the price of silver.
As uses for this metal grow (10,000 and counting) and industries start to get nervous about a supply crunch, demand could spike.
Read some of our articles below and click here to find out more on this in-demand metal, and you'll get a better idea of our case for silver.
Bengt Saelensminde explains why the price of silver could be poised for take-off.
Silver has had a tough time of late. But as Bengt Saelensminde explains, rising demand could be about to change that.
After several years of gradual decline, silver prices could be due a rebound.
Silver is often written off as a cheap version of gold, but it is extremely volatile, and impossible to predict.
There are plenty of reasons to be bearish on silver. But despite everything, Dominic Frisby is buying. Here, he explains why.
Weakness in the eurozone has hit the price of platinum.
Philip Manduca, executive chairman of Paragon Diamonds, talks to Kam Patel about why he thinks gold is ‘no longer fit for purpose’, leaving diamonds as the ideal investment.
The price of silver has slid along with gold. But the longer term is more promising for investors.
There has been carnage in the gold and silver markets. Dominic Frisby looks at how far the bear market has to go.
Judging by the charts, the outlook for gold is nasty, says Dominic Frisby. And it looks even worse for silver. Just how bad could things get?
The price of palladium has surged to its highest level since February 2001.
The crisis is over and the economic recovery seems to be picking up speed. Does that mean the case for holding gold is finished? We wouldn’t be so hasty.
No metal is quite as erratic as silver – but its potential to make its buyers rich is huge. Dominic Frisby examines the charts.
Platinum and palladium prices have soared, and there could be further to go yet.
The price of platinum and palladium is set to rise as supply problems continue and demand increases. Dominic Frisby picks the best ways for you to invest.
The price of platinum may have slipped recently, but don’t write off a rally.
As an investment, silver promises much but rarely delivers. The long-term outlook may be good, but there could be trouble round the corner for the silver price, says Dominic Frisby.