Bullion Silver bars have been popular since ancient times as
investors who like to store or hold silver enjoy bars as they cost less to
manufacture and are slightly cheaper than normal silver coin
Bullion bars used to be crudely made and stamped. One of the
first bullion bar was the Japanese silver slug minted in late 17th century
which was manufactured at Ginza mint and had hallmark seal of factory that made
the silver and they were 35-40% silver but most importantly they were constant
size and weight
So today bars are exact size weight n purity 99.9% pure
silver or gold.
Bars are less expensive to make compared to round as press
also had edges on round coins and bars are smooth
Bullion market is growing rapidly and is practice method to
invest in silver and bullion as bars
Pricing is related to the spot price of silver and contracts
can be purchased to take possession at a certain fixed date on the futures
contract market but rarely do investors take physical delivery of gold as there
is actually not enough gold to supple these contracts
This is reason some people say the silver market is
manipulated, that’s may be the case but it is a commodity so people will always
trade or try to manipulate or control .
Many of our buyers purchase silver bullion on a set budget
monthly or quarterly to build up stocks of bullion and is well proven method to
constantly buy regardless if price goes up or down as these buyers have long term
goals and with more silver used in solar panels and more silver sold than what
is mined ,these long term buyers are making long term investment
Pure Silver bullion bars Scottsdale and Jonathon Mathews
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