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Why Silver Is A Great Entry Level Investment Metal

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Who can make an investment when you’re struggling to have enough cash to buy your groceries and pay your rent?

Yet if no efforts are made to grow real wealth, living paycheck to paycheck is all families ever get to do. There has to be a better way.

And there is. Silver is that better way. Here’s why anyone can start collecting silver right now. All you need is a paycheck and the willingness to start creating a better life for yourself.

#1. Silver is much cheaper and commonly fluctuates with gold. This makes it an achievable investment. Let’s look at some practical numbers about silver right now.

  • On September 30, 2016, the spot price for silver was listed at $19.214 per ounce.
  • In October 2004, the average spot price for silver was just $8.89 per ounce.
  • In May 2011, the price reached $39.54 per ounce.

As you can see, the price of silver per ounce is often about the same price you’d spend on a nice lunch with your family or a co-worker. If you put the purchase of just 1 ounce of silver into every paycheck, the amount of sacrifice your budget must make to begin investing is quite minimal.

Do you have $19 you could spare out of a paycheck? Or maybe a little less or more depending on what the market does?

Here’s why collecting silver at a 1-ounce rate per paycheck adds up: the market for this precious metal fluctuates at the same pacing as gold. When gold reached record highs in 1980, the price of silver was above $100 per ounce. When gold reached recording price per ounce highs in 2011, the price of silver was at equal highs.

It doesn’t take much to get started. If you stay consistent with your investing, you’ll have wealth begin to grow faster than you know.

#2. At such low prices, the only place to go is up. Although market demand will always change, with values going up and down, the long-term investment opportunity with silver is simple. Its value is consistently going upward, just like the value of gold is consistently going up.

There will always be peaks and valleys to endure when making this sort of investment. This is why silver is often a better investment option. Short-term profits can sometimes happen, but the real value of this precious metal comes from its ability to be consistently upward in its value movement.

Sometimes emergencies happen. You might need some fast access to cash for medical bills, an automotive emergency, or some other unanticipated cost. Because silver is priced competitively and highly desired, turning your precious metals into the cash you need can often happen on the same day.

Here are some additional reasons as to why silver makes sense as an investment.

Silver consumption is currently exceeding the mining output that is available. This means scarcity will continue to affect the trading market.
New technologies, such as solar power, are using silver extensively.
Common sectors that have always used silver, such as biotechnologies, IT, and apparel, are also increasing their consumption of this precious metal.
Pricing is also creating new scarcity issues. Endeavour Silver Corporation announced a 25% cut in production for FY 2016 as just one example of this.
Other precious metal mining efforts are declining, which means fewer opportunities to produce silver as a by-product.

#3. We sell silver rounds for just $1 over spot pricing.

Here’s another reason why collecting silver makes sense: the premiums on silver rounds, silver coins, and other collectible forms of this precious metal are relatively low. At Valley Exchanges, you’re guaranteed to purchase silver rounds like Indian head silver rounds for just $1 over spot pricing per round.

Now you could add silver ETFs to an IRA our purchase rare silver coins, but the premiums on these items can be quite high. An order on TD Ameritrade for silver ETFs will cost you $10, whether you purchase 1 share or 100 shares. On a tight budget, you’d have to purchase the equivalent of 10 ounces of silver rounds to match the sales price we offer.

Silver rounds still have guaranteed purity levels. They are not considered official currency and there isn’t a government-backed guarantee of quality, but you can always test a silver round to see how much of the precious metal it contains. This means you’ll always have the value of the metal as a method of investing.

#4. People are more familiar with silver than other cheaper collectible metals.

If you live in the United States, then you’re probably familiar with the story of the Comstock Lode.

It occurred in Virginia City, NV and was a follow-up to the gold rush of 1849. The Comstock Lode is considered to be the first major silver deposit found in the United States. In less than 15 years, a town of up to 25,000 people sprang up from nothing. Even Mark Twain decided to make his home there for some time.

Because of stories like these, along with the prevalence and affordability of silver items, people are very familiar with this precious metal.

This familiarity creates a certain level of demand for the product. Being able to embrace these stories of our past also creates demand. If you’ve ever toured the mines at Virginia City, then you feel connected to the silver industry. It becomes part of who you are.

And this is why silver often offers a better long-term investment opportunity than other precious metals. Its value is virtually guaranteed to never go away. It is something that has defined our culture, helping to shape the people we have become today.

Silver investments are one-part history and one-part value. That’s why it is often considered to be one of the best entry level investments that can be made.

Is Silver the Right Investment Option for You?

If you’re living paycheck to paycheck right now, it can be difficult to take a risk. That’s understandable. Without any risk, however, there will never be a reward. Silver is one of the smallest investment risks there is today in terms of a long-term investment opportunity.

So what are the risks of a silver investment? When looking at annual evaluations, there’s about a 40% chance that the price of silver will go down over a 12-month period. There are also storage and theft risks if you collect a large number of silver rounds, coins, or similar products.

As with other items that are traded, there can be moments of market volatility that can create high or low spot price spikes as well.

Yet there are also advantages. Premiums on silver rounds are incredibly affordable. It is a precious metal that is highly sought after and can be turned into cash quickly. There’s a 60% chance that the price of silver will go up on an annual basis.

So the choice is up to you. Could you afford a $20 investment right now? Or a little more or less depending on the silver market? That’s really all it takes to begin opening up your investment portfolio. It isn’t without risk, but the risk for most families is one that is affordable.

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