Investing in Silver
How to invest in silver
This web resource guide will give you answers to your most pressing questions about investing in silver. We have resource videos that cover:
- Is gold or silver a better investment?
- How much does silver cost?
- What are the benefits of investing in silver?
- What kind of silver should you buy?
We also have in-depth resource guides you can download that give much more information. We discuss how to profit from silver. We cover all the news that affects the price of silver. We also have a section that discusses adding silver to an IRA. Keep reading to find the answers you need regarding silver as an investment.
Profiting with Silver
Buy low, sell high
Everyone is familiar with the investing maxim “Buy low and sell high.” It is a simple concept, but not easily pulled off. It requires pricing insight on your chosen investment and trying to predict the future of that price. This is the oldest way to profit with silver. The downside of course being you must sell your silver in order to realize profit. This eliminates all the other long-term benefits that come with holding silver.
Profit with the Silver Lease Program
Another method that we offer our clients is a Silver Lease Program. This program pays you a monthly cash dividend to lease your silver. You are only leasing to this program; you are not selling. This program is a way to earn revenue on your silver without losing your position. In addition to the monthly income, you earn some pretty great perks that take care of the headache of owning silver: a free, high security storage vault and insurance from Lloyds of London.
Introducing the Silver Lease Program
What is the Silver Lease Program?
How do you make money with the Program?
Is the Silver Lease Program right for you?
American Silver Eagle
The official silver bullion coin of the United States, the silver Eagle coin is among the most popular choice for investing in silver. These coins, which were first minted in 1986, are made from one troy ounce of 99.9% pure silver. Although the coins are given a nominal face value of $1, they are worth much more as bullion for the silver content.
The obverse of the American Silver Eagle is a copy of Adolph A. Weinman’s design for the Liberty Walking half dollar. The reverse of the American Silver Eagle displays a heraldic eagle with upswept wings and a Union shield across the breast.