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Thread: So silver will be in a major supply shortage - how many times have we read/heard that before?

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    Default So silver will be in a major supply shortage - how many times have we read/heard that before?


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    maybe this time is different

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    I don't see spreads rising.

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    They have product to move. Understand?

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    That's an annual demand of roughly 4 grams (⅛ troy oz.) per man, woman, and child (all 8 billion people) on the planet.

    Stack accordingly!

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    I think the silver institute said demand is a billion ounces a yar.

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    Basel III LOL!

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    Always in short supply just after a dealer receives a shipment of silver. Will silver go up in price long term? Hopefully, but as price goes up new silver sources (mines) get developed too. Is there a lag in supply after demand? If one believes in capitalism then the answer is yes.

    The real question, IMHO, is silver going to be a good investment? Again, IMHO, silver is going to be used more and more in energy production, semiconductors and electric cars. So projecting demand, then silver should be a good investment, if you can wait for demand.
    Do your own due diligence

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    2 ounces of silver and 100 kg of copper in a vehicle like Tesla.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mytal View Post
    2 ounces of silver and 100 kg of copper in a vehicle like Tesla.
    Excellent point.
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