Silver Demand Equilibrium

(Morrisville, NC)

In considering the supply and demand equilibrium of silver

one has to keep in mind that demand for silver exists from several quarters. (1) Investor demand and (2) Industry demand. On the one hand silver is being used in several new technologies and demand will surge as the days go by. A new kind of investor demand for cheap silver jewelry is being reported from India which exports huge quantities of these to countries in Europe and to US. Since price of gold is becoming prohibitive people are turning to silver jewelry.
Demand for silver coins is increasing from several thousands of small investors. So sooner or later, maybe sooner the paper game may have to stop. When the demand for physical silver increases then the game will be over.

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Oct 15, 2015
silver demand NEW
by: Ronald M. Swanson

Like the other precious metal like gold, silver too gained much demand due to its bright looking and shiny nature. I did a lot of paper writing work on how much the demand for the silver will be in the future next to platinum and gold.

May 04, 2012
Silver Demand Grows
by: Tommy

Just last year the entire US silver mined production was just 35 million ounces. The US Silver Eagle sales ALONE TOPPED 40 MILLION!!! You cannot continue to take more from less. It's only a matter of time before silver spikes dramatically in price. Hopefully by then we'll all be sitting on a stack of coins/bars...

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