by Nathan McDonald
Silver, at this current time of writing, remains below $15.00 per ounce; it is sitting at $14.76. This price is absurdly cheap given the current state of the global economy and the uncertainty that the world now faces.
One of the main reasons for silver being so depressed compared to the resilience that gold has shown is the incredible range of uses that silver has in the manufacturing of a vast number of products. This is a topic that we have covered here in the past that highlights why silver, with its dual purpose as both an industrial and monetary commodity, make it so desirable now and in the future.