If You Don't Think Silver is a Good Buy Below $20... Go Back to The Matrix!





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Published on Jul 1, 2013

The cost to get silver into investors hands is the total cost. Total costs include; (cash costs, or cost to mine silver) design, minting, storage, sale, and re-sale, hedging, insurance, manpower, as well as shipping in many different directions.

Total costs have hovered around the $25 dollar range since 2011. The cost to mine should change very little with prices rising, and if anything could go down. Because they would be mining more they should be able to do it more efficiently. Cash costs are around $17.50 which is what we just bounced off of. You couldn't pay your buddy who owns a mine.. to fill the trucks up with gas, heat up the furnaces, and actually dig/create silver for $20 bucks an ounce.

I'd go even further to say that there should be a "true cost" which factors the many billions of ounces which were tossed away into the landfills over the past 20-30 years. This silver was mined by hand and was then stockpiled. Even with the new technology the amount of silver which was piled was very useful to use and provided our economies with what in the future will seem like, "free" work. Well I am slightly happy to break it to you that there is a silver shortage, and the stockpiles have been used up, ran through, and decimated.

You likely will not see silver below this price again. It is "possible.." they could start having drops so sudden, steep and fast you cant even jump to the computer fast enough to buy the silver. The elite will have already "bought" it, which will immediately move the price back up.


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