by Mark O’Byrne
The physical silver bullion market is seeing a “perfect storm” brewing according to an article replete with some recent videos about the silver market by Rory Hall of the precious metals website, The Daily Coin.
[…] From the Daily Coin:
Silver has been money longer than gold. Silver is called the “people’s money”, while gold is called the “money of kings”.
In the U.S., silver was an integral part of our monetary system until 1964 when it was gradually removed from coins. This change has not slowed the depletion of above ground silver stocks, nor has it changed the volume of silver being used, on a global scale, for everything from computers, TV’s, cell phones, bombs and solar panels to name but a few. Silver is vital manufacturing material in today’s world and, as stated, is money.