Five million ounces of silver sold in January; these figures indicate strong physical demand. Thus, in the first month of the current year, about 4.6 percent more silver coins were sold by the U.S. Mint. At the same time, January is usually the best month for sales. This time, at least, many investors have returned to the physical market. Analysts see the pressure on consumer prices and the growing geopolitical uncertainties around the globe as the reason. In addition, inflation and a disputed mid-term election coming up in the U.S. are causing further worries and uncertainties. The fact that premiums for silver coins are around eight dollars per ounce also shows the robust demand for the precious metal.
A look at the gold-silver ratio also speaks in favor of silver. From a historical perspective, this is around 60. Today, about 80 ounces of silver must be applied to obtain one ounce of gold. The ratio of 80 shows how attractive silver currently is compared to gold. There is an underperformance that attracts investors. The global economy and the geopolitical situation with Russia are creating worry lines. Should circumstances worsen, holding physical assets should become even more attractive. In the long term, therefore, silver as a currency metal and as an essential industrial metal for green energies has the best chances of increasing in value. So do companies with silver in their projects, such as Tier One Silver or Denarius Metals (until recently known as Denarius Silver).
Tier One Silver – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=InF4akAEzck – has focused on silver, gold and base metals in Peru. Curibaya is the flagship project.
Denarius Metals – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmjxAdpzqMM – handles mining projects in prospective areas. Of particular importance is the Lomero Poyatos project (gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc) in Spain and the Guia Antigua project (gold, silver) in Colombia.
Current corporate information and press releases from Tier One Silver (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/tier-one-silver-inc/ -) and Denarius Metals (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/denarius-metals-corp/ -).
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