Understanding the Silver Market
Silver Demand Continues to Be Fierce
If you don’t own silver, we recommend you get started right away. In our opinion, people will look back at silver under $20 an ounce and wish they backed up the truck and loaded it with silver.
Many of our first time clients get started with the blue-chip silver bullion coin in the Silver American Eagle from the U.S. Mint. They come in mint-sealed cases of 500 coins (often called Monster Boxes.) Or you can order in Original Mint Rolls of 20 at a very affordable price point. Silver Eagles, like most world silver coins, are investments you can hold in your hand, take one look at, and immediately realize their true value.
Once you see physical silver up close, you may be like many of our clients and immediately put your faith and trust in something that is so beautiful and solid. Our hardest problem is getting clients to sell them back and take their profits– even after silver prices multiplied nine-fold from 1999-2012.
World's Most Popular Silver Coins
There are many other types of silver coins you can buy– Canadian Maple Leafs, Chinese Silver Pandas, or the Austrian Silver Philharmonics. All of these have been time-tested silver investments that are incredibly popular and known throughout the world. This makes them easy to sell at any time in the future whenever you're ready. Each of these silver coins comes in the standard one troy ounce sizes.
Many of our clients are enamored with silver coinage from the Perth Mint in Australia. For decades, the Perth Mint has been known to produce some of the highest quality material in the world. They issue coins ranging from ½ ounce sizes all the way up to kilogram (32.15 ounce) sized coins.
On top of coins struck at mints around the world, you can also choose to acquire silver bars ranging from 1 ounce up to 100 ounce sizes. We don't recommend silver bars to anyone looking for private, non-reportable silver.