Silver can go up in value. And it's through the gold/silver ratio. Everything can go up or down in value including gold when you compare it to other stuff such as land, food, etc. The dollar is a fake system not worth being compared agaist. Gold is scarce and it has to be mined, therefore it has value and this value can fluctuate from time to time because lets say for example in the beggining of time it was plentiful but now it is less plentiful therefore value increases, however due to technology in the past 200 years, its gotten easier to extract gold therefore this changes the value attributed to it.
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Trump is going to ease up on mining restrictions by the epa and such, like the energy industry. This will create more mining production with a lower overhead creating more silver mined (a glut if you will, like oil). So, why would silver go up when most of what is holding it down will be eliminated? Wouldn't this mean cheaper silver?
The idea is that gold and silver transport your wealth, large or small, THROUGH the collapse and out to the other side. Whatever the new system is, gold and silver will still be valued, as they have been for thousands of years.
Premiums are the price you pay above spot. Say spot price for silver is $18.00 per ounce your premium could $1-$1000 depending on the manufacturer. The premium covers profits, manufacture, distribution advertising of the precious metals you buy. Lots of bullion companies advertise they are only $xx.xxx above spot which most stackers like. Usually the more ounces you purchase the less your premium is which is why fractional coins and bullion are more expensive hope this helps.
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